Pakistan returns helicopters given by US
Pakistan has returned the five remaining helicopters to the United States that were given to them to monitor its border with Afghanistan.
According to the Geo News, the US gave a total of nine helicopters to Pakistan in 2002, out of which four were returned on October 15.
The Ministry of Interior's air wing had been using the choppers for anti-narcotics operations and combating terrorism, according to sources.
Now, it would be difficult to monitor the Pakistan-Afghanistan border as the Ministry of Interior is left with only three Cessna aircraft in the air wing, the insiders added