Pakistan Says Indian Fighter Jets Briefly Entered Its Airspace

Indian fighter jets take part in a mock exercise at the Indian Air Force Station in Gwalior. (File photo)

Pakistan Claims Indian Fighter Jets Enter Its Airspace -- Economic Times

LAHORE: Pakistani officials today alleged that two Indian fighter jets entered seven kilometres into the country's airspace over Punjab province.

They said the incident occurred over Pakpattan district, 200-km from the provincial capital of Lahore.

The officials alleged the jets remained in Pakistani airspace for over one minute.

IAF sources in Delhi, however, rejected the claim saying, "Our pilots did not cross the border".

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