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On Wednesday, September 25, After receiving intelligence on possible terror attack on Indian Air Force assets in nearby Jammu & Kashmir IAF stations, High alert or Orange alert has been putted. Whereas on other hand in Gwalior a Mig21 trainee aircraft crashed today in which both the pilots ejected safely just before the accident in M.P. The trainee Mig21 aircraft was on training mission, but due to unknown malfunctions it crashed in Gwalior.

The crash occurred in Morning 10 am soon after taking off from Maharajpur Air Force station. Both the pilots including a Group Captain & Squadron Leader ejected safely.

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Earlier in Morning , Indian Intelligence agencies picked the inputs of possible terror attack on Indian Air Force installations/ assets or possible stations in Jammu & Kashmir, Pathankot, Ambala, Srinagar, Awantipora, Hindon etc. Based on intelligence Pakistan sponsored terrorists with the help of ISI after training all set to disrupt the peace in Jammu & Kashmir and IAF stations are among their top plans.

Pakistan and its Army is entirely frustrated on the decision of revoking of Article 370 from Jammu & Kashmir and at any cost they trying to disrupt the peace either by targeting Indian Force personnel or assets. Pakistan is trying to show the world that Kashmiris are targeting Indian Forces and are against the decision unilaterly taken by Indian Govt, which Pakistan has picked up at United Nations too. India on other hand has taken upper hand in revoking Article 370 at every stage, from International community to World forums and seems in win- win position.

Note- Indian Air Force has denied any interlink between the Trainee aircraft crash and Terror attack. Whereas court of inquiry is announced in the matter.

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