Pak Helicopter Enters Indian Airspace, Pakistan Terms It Accidental

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| September 30 , 2018 , 16:05 IST

In a yet another attempt of violation of International Borders, a Pakistani Helicopter entered the Indian side of the Line of Control on Sunday. The Pakistani authorities, however, claimed this activity as accidental.

Speaking exclusively to News World India, intelligence sources confirmed the incident and said that the helicopter accidentally entered the Indian Airspace.

They said that PoK Prime Minister was travelling to a condolence meet near the LoC and the helicopter accidentally entered the Indian Airspace as the pilot lost contact with the ATC. 

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In the video, it can be seen that a white Pakistani helicopter is flying high near the side of a hill in Poonch when the Indian army tried to shoot it down. The sound of constant gunfire could be heard.

According to reports, the Pakistani helicopter is likely to be a civil helicopter was spotted at around 12:13 pm. After rooming around in the Indian territory the helicopter flew back to the Pakistan Occupied Kashmir. No large Calibre Anti aircraft weapon was used.

According to the Indo-Pak airspace norms, helicopters of both India and Pakistan are not supposed to come within one-kilometre range of the Line of Actual Control (LOC) and fixed fixed-wing aircraft within 10 km of the LoC.

Similarly, in the month of February, a Pakistani helicopter was seen flying 300 metres from the LOC.