In a statement, the Pakistan Foreign Office said the country struck non-military targets, avoiding human loss and collateral damage.
Islamabad: Pakistan on Wednesday said its planes attempted strikes in India for “self preservation”. Indian authorities said Pakistani contender streams on Wednesday disregarded Indian air space in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch and Nowshera areas yet were pushed back by Indian air ship.
Pakistan Foreign Office said in an announcement stated, “Today, Pakistan Air Force embraced strikes crosswise over Line of Control from inside Pakistani airspace. This was not a striking back to proceeded with Indian bellicosity.”
“Pakistan has along these lines, taken strikes at non military target, dodging human misfortune and inadvertent blow-back. Sole reason for existing being to exhibit our right, will and ability for self protection. We have no expectation of heightening, yet are completely arranged to do as such whenever constrained into that worldview.
“That is the reason we attempted the activity with clear cautioning and without trying to hide. Throughout the previous couple of years, India has been attempting to build up what they call ‘another ordinary’ a not at all subtle term for doing demonstrations of hostility at whatever appearance they wish on a given day.
“In the event that India is striking at supposed psychological oppressor benefactors without a sliver of proof, we additionally hold corresponding rights to counter against components that appreciate Indian support while doing demonstrations of dread in Pakistan. We don’t wish to go to that course and wish that India gives harmony a possibility and to determine issues like a develop vote based country,” it said.