New Delhi: An Indian Army chopper was taken into custody in Pakistan after it strayed across the Line of Control (LOC) on Sunday. Sources reported that it landed near Olding in Pakistan at around 1.00 pm because of extremely bad weather.
The helicopter was forced to land after it allegedly intruded into Pakistani airspace, TV news channels quoted the Inter-Services Public Relations as saying.
Pakistani's Director General (DG) Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Athar Abbas confirmed that the chopper had strayed across the LOC.
"The chopper is in Olding sector in Pakistan. It is under safe custody. We have informed our Indian counterparts about the incident," he said....more
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