Three Pakistani fighter jets crossed 2 to 3 kilometres inside India across LoC and dropped bombs: Indian media

Three Pakistani fighter jets crossed 2 to 3 kilometres inside India across LoC and dropped bombs: Indian media

NEW DELHI: Three Pakistani Air Force jets Wednesday violated the Indian air space and crossed the Line of Control to enter Jammu and Kashmir. According to senior officials, the jets entered Poonch and Nowshera sectors, Indian media has reported.

The jets reportedly entered up to two kilometres inside the Indian territory.

The Pakistani jets also dropped bombs while fleeing but there is no report of any casualty or damage to property, officials told news agency *PTI*.

"The jets entered Indian air space over Nowshera and Poonch sectors this morning," officials said.

Jammu and Srinagar airports have been shut down for commercial flights and all planes going to the two cities have been diverted to airports in Punjab and Delhi.

Just a day earlier on Tuesday, the IAF had carried out multiple aerial strikes targeting terror launch pads in Pakistan, completely destroying them, including control rooms of Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terror group.