The Indian Air Force said that Pakistan used US F-16 fighter jets in the raid that overthrew the Indian pilot on Wednesday, potentially violating the US Terms of Service.
Pakistan has stated that during the operation no F-16 was used, although it was not specified what military equipment it is.
A US State Department official told CNN that it was "reportedly aware" that the use of F-1
"I do not know so many others have claimed on F-16 India We do not go into every single one of them … I have no knowledge of the American side about the F-16," he said.
Strong Military Relations with the US and China
Following the attacks of September 11, 2001 and the subsequent US invasion of Afghanistan in 2001, Pakistan became an important ally of the US so-called war on terror and a great recipient of American military aid.
Under the Purchase Agreement, the US has set certain restrictions on the use of its military equipment. It is unclear what restrictions have been imposed when using packages F-16 jets.
Pakistan's own warplanes producing domestic Chinese JF-17 fighter aircraft.
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On Thursday, Indian Air Force officials said that parts of an AMRAAM air-to-air missile that can only be used with F-16 jets will be recovered on Indian territory
According to Air Vice Marshal RJK Kapoor, Pakistani aircraft attempted to attack Indian "military installations" via the Line of Control, but were "intercepted" by the Indian Air Force.
Pakistan declined to attack military posts, but said India was forced to act after India's air strikes on a terrorist training camp in the Balakot region of Pakistan. Pakistan also denied the existence of such a camp.
"We just wanted to tell India that we have the ability, and if you come and do some work on our land, we can do the same in your country," Khan said last Wednesday.
During a call with the Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan underscored British Prime Minister Theresa May on Sunday that "it is important that Pakistan acts against all terrorist groups to support global efforts to fight terrorism."
Moazzam said that dozens of homes were damaged by fire and hundreds of people moved to other areas. About 600 people take refuge in state camps, he said.
India has accused Pakistan of initiating the shootout.