The Pakistani Foreign Ministry has threatened India with a missile strike
New Delhi: The Indian Ministry of Defense has reacted to the Indian missile strike in Pakistan. “The accident was caused by a technical fault and I am deeply sorry for the incident. According to the Ministry of Defense, the missile was fired on March 7, 2022, due to technical faults during regular testing. The government has taken it seriously and ordered a high-level investigation. Pakistan has since threatened to retaliate against India.
According to the Indian Ministry of Defense, an Indian missile has landed in Pakistan. “It simply came to our notice then. Calling India’s Consulate-in-Charge in this regard, Pakistan strongly opposes air strikes by blowing up Indian supersonic objects. “It simply came to our notice then.
Pakistan’s foreign ministry has said that Indian diplomats have been notified of air strikes through “flying Indian supersonic objects”. The object entered Pakistan from Suratgarh, India on March 7 at 6.43 pm. The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a police recruiting center at Mian Chunnu in Punjab. “It simply came to our notice then. Similarly, the Pakistani foreign minister alleged that India had endangered the lives of innocent people by launching missiles into Pakistani airspace. This could affect domestic flights, including Saudi and Qatar flights. Pakistan has said it will decide the next step after India clarifies. The ambassadors of the P-5 countries (China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States) will be summoned and informed of the incident.
Similarly, Air Vice Marshal Tariq Jia said that at the time the Pakistani army lifted the Indian missile, two airways were active and several domestic aircraft were also in Pakistani territory. “If we look at the speed and altitude of the Indian supersonic object, it was 40,000 feet high and the passenger plane was between 35,000 and 72,000 feet,” Pakistan said. In this case, the safety of the passengers could be compromised. An Indian missile had landed in Pakistan on Wednesday in Haryana’s Shirsa district. The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a police recruiting center, 124 km from the Indian border. The Indian Army has acknowledged that the missile was mistaken. A court of inquiry has also been ordered into the incident.