International flights not to enter Indian or Pakistan airspace

Post-IAF fighter jets crash in Kashmir, International flights entry halted into Indian and Pakistani airspace.

Two IAF fighter jets smashed in Budgam (J&K) and two pilots allegedly killed in the accident at 10 AM this morning. Post the development, commercial flights were suspended in Kashmir due to security concerns. Airports in Jammu and Kashmir, Amritsar and other airports have been shut. In the newest development, international flights are set not to enter into Indian or Pakistani airspace owing to security concerns.

The crash occurred a day after IAF’s surprise air strike on Jaish-e-Mohammad’s training camp, across the LoC that ended up destroying the camps, killing 200 terrorists.

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