Indian Defense Ministry Clarified why their Missile Crash Landed in Pakistan

According to some reports on Thursday, 11 March, an unarmed Indian supersonic missile took off from Sirsa and landed at place 124 km within Pakistani territory on Wednesday evening. The missile, it said, was cruising at an altitude of 40,000 feet and endangered passenger flights in both Indian and Pakistani airspace, and also civilians and property on the ground.

 

There was no response from the Indian Air Force. Though the Ministry of Defense issued a statement regarding this, “It is learnt that the missile landed in an area of Pakistan. While the incident is deeply regrettable, it is also a matter of relief that there has been no loss of life due to the accident.”

 

At the press conference Thursday evening, Major General Babr Iftikhar, Director General, Inter-Services Public Relations of Pakistani Armed Forces said, a high-speed flying object was picked up inside Indian flying territory by the Air Defence Operation Centre of the Pakistani Air Force. From its initial course, the object suddenly manoeuvred towards Pakistani territory and violated Pakistan’s airspace ultimately falling near Mia Channu.”

According to the latest report, a high-level enquiry is also going into the matter of accident that occurred in Pakistan




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