Islamabad, June 11 (IANS) The Pakistan Air Force (PAF) Tuesday accused Indian aircraft of violating the country's airspace by entering the Punjab province.
"Two high speed Indian aircraft violated Pakistani airspace by three nautical miles at about 10.40 a.m. in Attari, Fazilka sector. The aircraft stayed inside Pakistani airspace for about two minutes," a PAF spokesman said.
The PAF initiated prompt tactical action and scrambled two fighter aircraft to challenge the "intruders", said the spokesman in a statement.
"Upon PAF action, Indian aircraft exited the Pakistani airspace," it said.