This has been ratified by the news portal The Quint.

The operation could be further ratified with the fact that Pakistan’s national flag carrier Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) had cancelled all flights to northern Pakistani cities, including Gilgit and Skardu in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK). The reason cited being “air space restrictions”.

The so called restrictions were placed on the night of September 20 with the Pakistani establishment declaring a no-fly zone over PoK .

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In fact, Danyal Gilani, the official spokesman of Pakistan International Airlines confirmed the same on Twitter.

According to The Quint: “Military sources revealed to The Quint, which confirmed this information from two other independent sources that the operation happened during the intervening hours of 20 September and 21 September.  We personally checked flight status for journey in Pakistan occupied Kashmir and found ‘NO FLIGHTS AVAILABLE FOR NEXT 10 DAYS’”

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who is presently camping in New York as part of the United Nations General Assembly, held an emergency telephonic conversation with Pakistan Army Chief General Raheel Sharif on Tuesday night.

This dialogue took place ahead of his speech in which he raised the Kashmir issue. It cannot be denied that the two Pakistanis did discuss the cross-border raid by the Indian Armed Forces inside the Pakistani side of the PoK.  

According to confirmed reports, Indian Army is currently regulating cross border search operations across the Line of Control (LOC)

(We cannot vouch for the authenticity of this story. We have done this piece based on the story published by The Quint)