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Pakistan shoots down Indian jet due to Kashmir

Pakistan has reportedly shot down two Indian Air Force jets in a major conflict between the countries over the control of Kashmir.

One of the jets is said to have fallen inside Pakistan territory causing the arrest of two pilots something that India has not yet commented about.

Both India and Pakistan claim total control of Kashmir when reports indicate both countries own part of Kashmir.

Pakistan Capture

Speaking after the ordeal, Pakistan information ministry shared a video of one of the Indian pilots purported to have been captured.

The pilot is seen to have been blindfolded with blood in his face as he identifies himself as wing commander Abhinandan.

India on the other side through their Ministry of ExternalAffairs claim to have took down a fighter jet belonging to Pakistan with Indianground observers witnessing it fall in the Pakistan territory.

Pakistan have however denied the allegations as India claimloss of lives on their side from the attack.

Pakistan from their end claim they have engaged several targets pointing to India but they took measures to ensure that loss of lives does not happen.

Also read: Pakistan appoint first female judge

Speaking from China during a meeting with the Russians andChina, India Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj said that his country does not wantto see further escalation of the situation.

Pakistan shoots down Indian jet due to Kashmir
Slavian Mwangecho
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