Pakistan throws military equipment on the border with India

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Indian agencies are closely monitoring the movements of the Pakistani military in the border areas.

Pakistan began to shift its military equipment to the Indian border. About it reports the Indian Agency ANI, citing government sources on Monday, August 12, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to korrespondent.net.

“On Saturday, three transport aircraft C-130 Pakistan air force has delivered military equipment on a military base Skardu, located close to the historical region of Ladakh (belongs to India – ed.). Indian agencies are closely monitoring the movements of the Pakistani military in the border areas”, – stated in the message.

It is alleged that delivered weapons can then be used by the army Paksiatn to support the strikes by force – similar to those that were committed on the Indian side of Kashmir, in February of this year. The next step on the part of Islamabad, sources believe, will be the relocation of the base Skardu fighter-bombers Chengdu FC-1 Xiaolong.

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