Ahead of the crucial foreign ministers meeting in Delhi, India on Thursday said it is prepared to make the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir
Pakistan on Thursday claimed that an Indian helicopter, apparently "unsure" about its position, entered its airspace on August 28 approaching very close to Lahore.
The helicopter's entry into Pakistan airspace was detected in time by the PAF Air Defence network, official APP newsagency reported. Immediately upon its entry into Pakistan airspace, the PAF fighter aircraft were ordered to scramble and intercept the helicopter, it said.
However, the pilot of the helicopter, after realising that he was close to Lahore, immediately turned back, the report said, adding, the chopper went back into the Indian airspace before the PAF fighters could approach it.
The pilot of the chopper may be unsure of the ground position, the agency said. The report said the Lahore Air Traffic Control (ATC) had monitored the radio communication between the Indian helicopter and the Amritsar ATC.