Is Pakistan preparing to retaliate to Indian army’s recent attack on LoC

New Delhi: According to the reports, neighboring country Pakistan seems to be preparing to retaliate to Indian Army’s recent attack on Pakistani posts at the LoC, as the country’s forward bases operations have been activated by the air force.

Though Pakistan has carried out its war exercise near Siachen, it did not violate air space said the Indian Air Force.

According to reports in Pakistanimedia, Pakistan has flown its Mirage fighter jets near Siachen as a part of war exercise. The inspection was carried out by Sohail Aman air force chief. He also visited Skardu a forward airbase today along with two other air force officers.

According to PAF, a fighter squadron carried out higher and lower altitude flights in Siachen.

The move by the Pakistani air force comes after the Indian Army recently released video of destroying Pakistani posts across the Line of Control in Naushera sector.

B S Dhanoa IAF Chief in his recently written letters to officers of the air force directed them to be prepared for operations, to deal with the security challenges and the sub-conventional threat towards the country at a “very short notice”.

In his letter dated March 30 the IAF Chief said “In the present scenario, there is an ever persistent sub-conventional threat. Therefore, we need to be prepared for operations with our present holdings, at a very short notice. Training needs to be focused towards this”, as reported in Indiatoday.