Pakistan Cyber Force: Indian Chopper, Terrorist Invader Crew released after cowardly pleadings from Indian Army, Government

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Sunday, October 23, 2011

Indian Chopper, Terrorist Invader Crew released after cowardly pleadings from Indian Army, Government

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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan released an Indian army helicopter just hours after it strayed across the border between the two countries on Sunday, officials said. The Pakistani military had forced the Indian helicopter to land and detained four Indian army officials after it intruded into its territory in Olding sector in northern Skardu region near the border in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir. "The helicopter and four officers on board returned around 5.30 p.m. (1230 GMT) after a contact between the director-general military operations of the two countries", military spokesman Major-General Athar Abbas said. The Indian defence ministry said the helicopter had returned to Kargil in Indian Illegally Occupied Kashmir.

Earlier, Army spokesman Major General Athar Abbas had said that authorities had forced an Indian military helicopter to land and had taken its four-member crew into custody for violating Pakistani airspace. The helicopter intruded into Pakistani territory in Olding sector in northern Skardu region around 1:00 p.m (0800 GMT). According to initial details, it was stated that the helicopter conducted an emergency landing due to bad weather however analysts suspect that Indians had hostile intents and were inside Pakistan intentionally and they just weaseled their way out by bringing up bad weather when caught. Later, however, Maj. Gen. Athar Abbas said that the helicopter was forced to land near Skardu, a city in northeastern Pakistan fairly close to the border with Indian Occupied Kashmir.

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