JF-17 fighter aircraft equipped by Pakistan Air Force
The situation in Kashmir continues to be tense. Indian media have revealed that Pakistan is sending more troops to the region and that it is possible to deploy dragon fighter planes at the front airport.
According to ANI News website on August 12, India recently announced the abolition of Article 370 of the Constitution, causing tensions in Kashmir, where Pakistans military equipment has begun to assemble.
ANI News quoted Indian government sources as saying: Last Saturday, three C-130 transport planes from the Pakistani Air Force arrived at the military base in Skadu. Indian authorities are paying close attention to Pakistans actions in the border areas. Sources said that the equipment transported could be used to support the front-line combat operations of fighters, and Pakistan may deploy JF-17 lightning fighter (i.e. the dragon fighter) to Skadu Airport.
Reported that Indian intelligence agencies and the Indian Air Force, Army are closely following the developments of the Pakistani Air Force, they can monitor the entire airspace of Pakistan. But also because of sources said that the Pakistani Air Force is planning to organize joint exercises between the Air Force and the Army, the transfer of fighter planes to the front base may also be part of the exercise.
Source: Global Network Responsible Editor: Xing Haibo_NBJS8850