Pakistan Gains Sensitive Data From Intruding Indian Chopper

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The Indian media accused Pakistan of breaching security to acquire security data from the Indian army. According to an article published by The Hindustan Times, the Pakistani army was involved in the downloading of digital data including GPS information of Indian Helipads in the Siachen and Kargil regions. A chopper, from which the information was attained, had strayed into Pakistani territory on Sunday. Reports claimed the Pakistani military forced the Indian helicopter to land and detained 4 of its pilots. The pilots were released after high level calls from New Delhi.

India has ordered an internal probe into the incident.
 

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