ISLAMABAD - The Indian Air force (IAF) has lifted all temporary restrictions imposed on all air routes in the Indian airspace on February 27, a day after the Balakot airstrike.
Taking to Twitter, the IAF made the announcement on Friday about the removal of restrictions that was earlier imposed by it.
"Temporary restrictions on all air routes in the Indian airspace, imposed by the Indian Air Force on 27 Feb 19, have been removed," tweeted the IAF .
India on February 26, had carried out airstrikes on terror group Jaish-e-Mohammad's (JeM) biggest training camp deep inside Pakistan's Balakot in a befitting response to the Pulwama terror attack.
The airstrike on the JeM camp came 12 days after the terror group claimed responsibility for the suicide attack on a CRPF convoy in Jammu and Kashmir, killing 40 CRPF personnel on February 14.
A day after the Balakot airstrikes, on February 27, a fleet of Pakistani fighter jets had unsuccessfully targeted various military installations in Jammu and Kashmir.