The Pakistani military claims that Indian flying objects have entered Pakistani soil

Pakistan has asked India to respond to a recent plane crash at Mia Channu in Pakistan’s Punjab province. Maj. Gen. Babar Iftikhar, director general of the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), briefed a news conference on Thursday night about an Indian “high-speed flying object” found at Mia Channu in Khanewal district.

According to media reports, a private plane has crashed in Punjab province. Maj. Gen. Babar Iftikhar said the Air Defense Operations Center (PAF) of the Pakistan Air Force found an Indian high-speed flight object at 6:43 pm on March 9. He said the object fell into the Pakistani territory. There were no immediate reports of injuries or severe damage.

He said the Pakistan Air Force had launched a strategic operation. He said the flight route put civilians at risk in both Pakistan and India. What is the reason for telling India? He also said that it performs poorly in Indian aviation. He further added that it could be a major plane crash.


He said Pakistan strongly opposes “gross violations”. In response to a question, General Babar Iftikhar said, “Such weapons are being tested. But India has to explain what it was. ”

“This incident shows the dubious potential of human resources working on this technology in India,” he said.

Asked about the details of the object, he said, “We are not claiming anything so far.” “As a responsible nation, we will wait for India’s response. We have given details of what we know. But what happened to Mia Channu will be told to the Indians. All our forces will come before us,” he said. Beware of dangers and challenges.


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