Pak helicopter violates Indian airspace, then this happened

To this the Indian Army opened gunfire to try to shoot it down

Amid the exchange of words between the India and Pakistan at the United Nations General Assembly, a new development has now taken place.

It is said that a Pakistani helicopter flew into the Indian airspace in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch.

The Indian Army tried to shoot it down as per its directives.

It was said that as per norms recognised by both India and Pakistan, helicopters are not supposed to come within one kilometre of the Line of Control or LoC and fixed-wing aircraft within 10 km of the LoC.

But the white Pakistani helicopter was seen flying high near the side of a hill in Poonch.

To this the Indian Army opened gunfire to try to shoot it down.

The Pakistani helicopter is most likely to be a civil aircraft.

The helicopter flew back to Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir or PoK moments after it was targeted by the Army with small arms fire.

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