Skip to comments.Pak breaches pact as jets fly near Indian airspace
Posted on 01/19/2011 4:45:54 PM PST by ErnstStavroBlofeld
In the second such incident within 30 days to possibly probe India's air defence network along the J&K border, Pakistani military aircraft virtually violated Indian airspace in the R S Pura sector near Jammu on Wednesday.
Sources said BSF ground-based mobile observation posts spotted two Pakistani ''light military aircraft'' cruising along the border on Wednesday, with some reports even holding the planes actually crossed over into Indian airspace for some time to fly over four Indian border posts.
Even if the aircraft did not actually enter Indian airspace, the incident clearly violates the two decade-old agreement between India and Pakistan, which lays down that fighters or other military aircraft should not fly within 10km of each other's airspace
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I’d say that’s pretty dumb on the part of the Pak’s....
Was trying to figure out motive and remembered an article today about our plans on cutting down our troop numbers in Afghanistan because NATO is joining “a new plan that aims to facilitate the broader participation of regional allies such as Russia, India and the Central Asian Republics for the defeat of the Islamic militancy [made up of the Taliban and Al-Qaeda].
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