The US officials from Washington DC said the they will not share any information bout the US of F16 in air strike between Pakistan and India, the Pakistan has denied the false information published on the Indian media said that Indian forces was dropped an Pakistani F16.
Furthermore the Indian officials were requesting the US government to share the exact information that an American made F16 was used by the Pakistan, the US officials said this the bilateral matter between Washington and Islamabad which is quoted by an Indian newspaper saying as US officials.
Before a month the Indian forces had complained pentagon that Pakistan airfare had violated the end user agreement between both of the countries by using the American made F16 fighter jet in an offensive way against India. Also, the are calming that Pakistan is also using air or air missiles which Indian air forces displayed after Feb 27th counter attack from Pakistan.
The Pakistan officials and DG ISPR totally denied the Indian miss information about the use of F16 and ISPR said we have not used any F16 and the this is totally false statement of Indian government official that they have brought down the Pakistani fighter jet F16.
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