Indian foreign secretary refuse to answer media questions over LoC strike against Pakistan
NEW DELHI - Indian Foreign Secretary Vijay Keshav Gokhale refused to answer questions put to him by the Indian media during a briefing Tuesday morning.
During the briefing, he called the "strikes" on Pakistani soil "non-military preemptive action". It was the first official briefing by a high ranking Indian bureaucrat on the matter.
According to Pakistan, two Indian aircraft breached the Line of Control early Tuesday morning but were stopped from entering further than three to four miles into Pakistani territory. PAF planes forced them to turn back but before doing so they dumped their payload. The ISPR director-general has said that there were no casualties in the incident, nor was any damaged incurred.
On the other hand, India claims that it "completely destroyed" a "major terrorist camp" across the Line of Control. It also claimed that 1,000 kilogrammes of bombs were dropped