An Indian helicopter fired on an Indian helicopter that crashed on the same day that Pakistan shot two Indian Air Force (IAF) aircraft, the Indian media reported.
IAF Shot Down Its Own Helicopter on 27 February: Indian Media Reports Claim
The IPA News Agency reported that it had cited the well-established IAF sources that the fatal helicopter, which fell on February 27, was on a rescue mission and did not bring it to technical failure. The report says an Indian MiG-21 hit him.
The helicopter fled from Srinagar on Wednesday morning after reports of an attack by the Pakistani Air Force (PAF) were only shot by an IAF aircraft that had already killed six on board and killed a citizen on the ground in a state of panic .
“It was a unique case of pants (an incident to shoot an own plane), according to the report.
The IAF would have dismissed the head of Western Air Command after the losses suffered on February 27 and the incompetence shown by the IAF crew.
Note that the incident occurred just a day after India claimed an airplane “surgical attack” in the Balakot forest that tore six pains from the area and left an innocent crow dead.
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