Pakistan

MIANWALI (Web Desk) – A Pakistan Air Force (PAF) pilotless jet crashed near Mianwali on Saturday during a routine operational training mission.

According to a local media reports, the PAF jet was on a routine flight when it crashed near Head Baka due to unknown technical issues.

However, no loss of property or casualty was reported in the incident. There has been no loss of life or damage to property on the ground.

Earlier, the PAF fighter crashed in Dera Ismail Khan in March 2015 and it claimed the lives of two PAF officers. The causes of the crash were a technical fault and bad weather.

In 2014, three separate crash incidents claimed the lives of three pilots and one civilian, while eight other civilians were injured.