Helicopter was within our boundary, says PM Azad Kashmir
ISLAMABAD: In a reaction to attempted attack by Indian forces on his helicopter, Prime Minister Azad Jammu and Kashmir Raja Farooq Haider on Sunday said they were within the boundary of Azad Kashmir, while India staged this drama.
“It is clearly evident that India is perturbed. I along with the ministers in the helicopter were within our limit,” he said while exclusively talking to ARY News.
Indian troops fired shots at helicopter of the PM from a border post, while he was travelling on a white civilian helicopter to Tarori near LoC to condole the death of brother of Chaudhry Abdul Aziz.
The helicopter landed safely on the ground without any damage.
The incident reflects the state of affairs of panic-stricken Indian army and media who termed it a Pakistan Army helicopter.
Farooq Haider said Kashmiri would become a front line against India (if war was waged), however they did not want war obsession in the region. He said it was a private helicopter and not a gunship copter.
The PM Azad Kashmir said a civilian aircraft could travel up to Zero Line, while if a military chopper has to travel up to that point, then you need to inform beforehand.
“We passed from near the Line of Control (LoC), while the Indian forces feigned as if we crossed the line which was only a drama staged by them,” he said.
Raja Farooq said India on regular basis opens fire in the area, where their helicopter was flying, which resultantly has martyred dozens of people.