India-Pakistan: Tension Increasing Between Nuclear-Armed Neighbours - Scholar | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

India-Pakistan: Tension Increasing Between Nuclear-Armed Neighbours - Scholar

The Pakistani Foreign Ministry said Wednesday that its airstrikes on the Indian jets were conducted in an attempt to show readiness for self-defence. India, in turn, the Indian Foreign Ministry said that a Pakistani jet was shot down in the aerial incident over the disputed Kashmir region, adding that India also lost one Mig-21 aircraft.

The airstrikes came just a day after the Indian Air Force carried out an airstrike against a camp of Jaish-e-Mohammad group, considered terrorist by India, which was located across the LoC. The Pakistani Foreign Ministry has slammed the airstrike as a violation of its territorial integrity and sovereignty.

This incident followed the February 14 attack, in which a car carrying over 100 pounds of explosives was detonated on a highway next to a security convoy in the Pulwama district of the Jammu and Kashmir state, killing 45 Indian paramilitary officers.

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