Upwards of 60 Indian officers have been killed and a lot progressively harmed in engagements along the Line of Control (LoC) since February 27, Pakistan’s central military representative tweeted from his own record on Saturday.
Pakistani contender planes did airstrikes in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) on February 27 and shot down two Indian warplanes in resulting dogfights in counter for fruitless airstrikes by Indian flying machine in A Pakistani area daily prior.
The two threatening militaries have often traded fire along the LoC since the Feb 27 air fight with Indian fringe protects intentionally focusing on the nonmilitary personnel populace.
DG ISPR Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor said on Saturday that more than 60 Indian fighters have been killed and a lot progressively harmed on the LoC by Pakistani soldiers since February 27.
He was alluding to a lethal helicopter crash – likewise on Feb 27 – which later Indian examination affirmed had been shot somewhere near India’s very own rocket in the midst of war.
The tweets came a day after Indian armed force boss General Bipin Rawat called Azad Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan districts ‘involved domains’, setting off an irate answer from the Pakistani military.