"The other one is with us".
The Indian Air Force has claimed to have shot down a Pakistan Air Force' F-16 fighter jet in retaliatory fire 3 Kilometers within Pakistan territory in Nowshera sector.
Regarding the upcoming gathering of the National Command Authority (NCA) and potential utilization of atomic weapon, the DG stated "I have said that we should not discuss this". An Indian military statement said that "out of anger and frustration", Pakistan "initiated unprovoked cease-fire violation".
New Delhi had promised to act, and on Tuesday its warplanes flew into Pakistani airspace and struck what it said was a camp of Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM), the group that claimed the Kashmir bombing.
The incidents are the latest in a unsafe sequence of events between the two countries, whose ties have been under intense strain since a February 14 suicide bombing in Indian Kashmir that killed 40 troops.
Amid the escalation, Pakistan's Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) said that it had closed the country's airspace to commercial flights "until further notice", while Indian authorities have reportedly shut several airports in northern India and Kashmir.
Major General Asif Ghafoor said we wanted to show to Indians that we are capable of doing all things, but not at the peril of regional peace.
"In response to PAF [Pakistan Air Force] strikes this morning as released by the MoFA [Ministry of Foreign Affairs], the IAF [Indian Air Force] crossed the LOC [Line of Control]".
The foreign office did not elaborate on what it meant by "strikes" and did not mention shooting down planes.
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"India should not carry any further violence in Pakistan because its continuation will affect regional security also the continuation of such conflict will cost a lot for India", Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid said in a statement.
The last two days of air strikes represent the worst escalation since 2001, when Pakistan and India moved ballistic missiles and troops to their border following an attack on parliament in New Delhi that was also blamed on Jaish-e-Mohammad. "We must solve our problems through dialogue".
In New Delhi, Indian officials said on Wednesday at least five of their soldiers were wounded in firing by Pakistani troops along the volatile frontier. "The Pakistani aircraft was seen by ground forces falling from the sky on the Pakistan side".
Police officials in Indian-occupied Kashmir said that two Indian pilots and a civilian had died after an Indian air force plane crashed in Kashmir, but did not confirm if the plane had been shot down by Pakistani forces.
New Delhi sought to ease soaring tensions with an infuriated Islamabad Wednesday after carrying out an air strike on Pakistan's territory, as the United States urged the nuclear-armed neighbours to "exercise restraint".
Pompeo added that he stressed to Pakistan's foreign minister "the priority of de-escalating current tensions by avoiding military action, and the urgency of Pakistan taking meaningful action against terrorist groups operating on its soil".
If India is striking at so called terrorist backers without a shred of evidence, we also retain reciprocal rights to retaliate against elements that enjoy Indian patronage while carrying out acts of terror in Pakistan.
India and Pakistan have fought three major wars since partition and independence in 1947.