Pathankot Attack: JeM Attackers Were 250 mtrs From IAF’s Fighters

The attackers in Pathankot managed to get too close to IAF’s air assets, says a report.

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Indian soldiers stand guard outside an airbase in Pathankot,  Monday, 4 January 2016. (Photo: AP)

The six heavily-armed Jaish-e-Muhammed (JeM) terrorists had managed to come within 250-300 metres of the technical area of Pathankot air base, reports The Times of India.

High-value military assets, including MIG fighters and attack helicopters, were parked there, but commandos had taken positions blocking their further advance while some structures prevented them from taking a direct shot.

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