An Indonesian military plane crossed the de facto border with Pakistan in Kashmir early Tuesday morning, a Pakistani military spokesman said.
A "payload" was dropped by an Indian plane in the area, but no casualties or damage were reported. said the spokesman, Maj. Gen. Asif Ghafoor. Jets from Pakistan confronted the Indian planes,
"Indian planes were advancing from the Muzafarabad sector," wrote General Ghafoor on Twitter . "The Pakistani Air Force abolished itself when it escaped while fleeing what fell near Balakot."
In recent days, residents fled when hundreds of Kashmiris were arrested and Indian troops moved more troops to the region. However, analysts have said that tensions between the two nuclear-armed rivals are unlikely to erupt into war.
India controls much of Kashmir, while Pakistan controls a smaller part of the region, which remained in an indeterminate state after the war. British division of India in 1947. Decades of violence was sought by militant struggles for independence.