The Indian Defence Minister A K Antony has informed the Indian Rajya Sabha that officials of the Pakistan Army may have examined the Indian Army Aviation Corps' helicopter which was forced to land at the Ghurmang after it crossed into the Pakistani side of the Line of Control (LoC).

The Indian Defence Minister was asked about the reports that Global Positioning System (GPS) data saved in the gps receiver of the Indian Cheetah helicopter could have been copied by the Pakistan. Indian media had started a rumours that sensitive data (GPS coordinates) regarding all helipads in the Siachen Glacier-Aksai Chin-Ladakh-Kargil sector was downloaded  by the Pakistan.

Arackaparambil Kurien Antony said, "It is possible that the Pakistani authorities may have examined the helicopter." He added that  Indian Army Aviation Corps has already taken appropriate precaution. 

The Pakistan Army had allowed the four on-board helicopter to fly back to the Indian side of LoC after investigations verified their story that bad weather may have been responsible for this incident.

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Indian Helicopter On Its Way back From Pakistan

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