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New Delhi: Pakistani jets entered Indian airspace in Kashmir on Wednesday and dropped bombs on their way out, a day after the Indian Air Force carried out air strikes against terrorist training camps in Pakistan controlled territory, news reports said quoting unnamed officials.

A PTI report also said India had closed its airspace in Kashmir with civilian air traffic out of Srinagar airport suspended.

The jets entered the border areas of Nowshera sector in Jammu & Kashmir’s Rajouri district, the news agency added.

There was no immediate confirmation from officials in New Delhi on these developments.

The news reports come a day after Pakistan Army spokesman Major General Asif Ghafoor said Pakistan will "surprise" India with its response that will be in all domains, including "diplomatic, political and military".

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