United States, said Indian Air Force is preparing for the war against Pakistan to do
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China Daily AP: Since late last month after the attacks in Mumbai, India from Pakistan insist behind, so that the relationship between the two countries re-tightening. U.S. Department of Defense has confirmed sources, the Indian Air Force has been initiated for a possible blow to Pakistan to do the pre-war preparations.
According to the U.S. Cable News Network (CNN) 12 15 reported, respectively, three Pentagon officials confirmed to CNN, the U.S. has received the message, the Indian Air Force has begun to prepare for possible air strikes. They did not disclose further details, but one official said, the Air Force in a “garrison state.” This is the first time officials publicly suggested that this conflict from the two nuclear countries a step closer.
Another official said the United States can be concluded that India’s action of these preparations can make it quickly to the suspected terrorist camps in Pakistani territory and air targets. Period of preparation in India, there are many senior U.S. official urges India to exercise restraint.
When asked whether India would prepare for air strikes in Pakistan, the Pakistan Air Force spokesman economic Kazhun Jiang said he had no comment on the news, Pakistani military is not increased vigilance, “all as usual. ” Pakistan Air Force One source is revealed, although not specifically to strengthen Pakistan air force guard, but “always ready, weekends, holidays, no matter what the circumstances.”
before this news, the Pakistan Air Force spokesman said 13, the day India plane over the India-Pakistan border when they were expelled Pakistani military aircraft to intercept. Pakistani Information Minister Rehman said in a statement, the Indian informed Pakistan, across the border is of a ‘no intention of and for. ” 14, the Indian Defense Ministry spokesman denied that, saying there is no violation of Pakistani airspace in the occurrence of such events.
(Global Online: Kang Juan)