Social media on both sides of Indian and Pakistani border is claiming that Indian fighter jets had entered in to Pakistani airspace once again and dropped payloads near Fort Abbas on 4th march.
The Indian mainstream media also says that India has attacked terrorist camps inside Pakistani territory in Fort Abbas Bahawalnagar district near Cholistan desert of Pakistani Punjab.
Indian journalist Aditya Raj Kaul tweeted about the drop of the payload by IAF he also mentioned that the Fort Abbas and Fort Moujgarh have camps of Jaish-e-Muhammad.
On the other hand locals captured pictures and videos of payloads present there. While people present on the spot deny any casualties, no response has been seen by the ISPR or the Indian side.
Some tweets say that the shells are artillery shots, some say it’s a payload and others say that such an incident didn’t happen at all, claiming that these pictures are old.
Tensions between the two nuclear armed countries again escalated after the release of Indian Air Force (IAF) Wing Commander Abhi Nandan when Indian army violated the ceasefire law which caused several injuries and martyred two Pakistani solider.
Pakistani army retaliated and destroyed several posts of the enemy. Several major cities of both sides across the border witnessed a blackout for the entire nights.
In the backdrop of this, another event took place which remains top trending on both countries’ Twitter.