Fighter jet deploying Pakistan near Ladakh border, army’s eye on nefarious plot
The Pakistani Air Force has deployed its combat aircraft near Ladakh Border amidst the escalation of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, which is being monitored by Army and Intelligence agencies.
Ever since the removal of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, there has been a constant tension between India and Pakistan. In the midst of these tensions, the Pakistani Army is doing another nefarious act. The Pakistani Air Force is deploying its fighter aircraft near the Ladakh border. small
These Pakistani fighter aircraft are being deployed at the Pakistani Skardu Airport near the border of the Union Territory of Ladakh. India’s constant eye on this remains.
Government sources told news agency ANI, ‘Three C-130 transport aircraft of the Pakistan Air Force has been deployed at Pakistan’s Skardu Airport near the Union Territory of Ladakh border.
After this news comes out, the concerned Indian agencies are keeping a close watch on the movement of Pakistanis in the border areas.
Sources said the equipment being transported to the Pakistani base could be aids to help fighters. According to sources, it is more likely that Pakistan is going to deploy its JAF-17 (JF-17) aircraft at Skardu Airport bordering Ladakh border.
Special look on Pakistani activity
Indian intelligence agencies along with the Indian Air Force and the Army are keeping a close watch on the movement of the Pakistani Air Force, as they can see almost the entire length and breadth of the Pakistani territory.
Sources have said that Pakistan is planning to conduct a maneuver of its air force and army and during this exercise, it can also shift its fighter planes to the forward base. In such a situation, it is pointing towards the Pakistani conspiracy.
The Pakistani Air Force has long been using an older model of the American C-130 transport aircraft. General Zia-ul-Haq, a military ruler of Pakistan, also died in a C-130 plane crash when his C-130 aircraft was in August 1988. Crashed due to the bomb blast.
Skardu is a forward base of the Pakistan Air Force and uses it to support its military operations along the border with India. Indeed, Pakistan is trying to make a big issue with India’s decision to abolish Article-370 from Jammu and Kashmir and divide Jammu and Kashmir into two union territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.