Indian Air Force jet has crashed in Budgam a Day after India’s Strike on Pakistan

Indian Air Force jet has crashed in Budgam a Day after India's Strike on Pakistan

As per Media reports, an Indian Air Force jet has crashed in Budgam where 2 bodies are found, say local police

“Two bodies have been found so far. The IAF will investigate the crash site and provide more details,” said Superintendent of Police Nagpure Amod Ashok.

According to the police, the crash occurred at Garend Kalan in an open field, just seven km away from the Budgam town, around 10:40 a.m.. Budgam is adjacent to Srinagar. “We heard two loud sounds,” said locals.

Incident occurred day after pre-emptive air strikes against militant camp carried out by Indian Air Force across LoC yesterday.

A Pakistani Social Media User has said “We will never initiate war but we will always be ready for it. India should take a step back before it gets any more worse.”

Srinagar, Jammu & Leh airports were closed for civilian air traffic shortly after an IAF jet crashed in #Budgam district and amid escalation of cross-LoC shelling between armies of India & Pakistan

Author: ElectionAdda