The February 14 attack on Indian soldiers, in the Pulwama district, was claimed by Jaish-e-Mohammed, an Islamist extremist group based in Pakistan, although the suicide attacker came locally from Indian Kashmir.
The Indian government, facing an election in the coming months, said the air strikes hit a training camp belonging to Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM), the group that claimed a suicide vehicle bomb attack that killed at least 40 Indian paramilitary police in Kashmir on February 14.
Pakistan's military has accused India's air force of violating its airspace, and says it scrambled jets in response.
He said the "timely and effective response from Pakistan Air Force" forced the intruding aircraft to "release payload in haste while escaping, which fell near BalakotSector (Azad Kashmir)".
There were no casualties or damage, he added.
Shakir Ahmed, a resident of Poonch in Indian-controlled Kashmir, said people heard loud sounds of shelling.
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The camp, 20 kms from the Balakot town, was used for "battle inoculation" and its trainers were ex-officers of the Pakistan Army. Under forced hasty withdrawal, aircrafts released payload which had free fall in open area. He said the munitions caused no casualties or damage on the ground, publishing purported photos of craters left by the bombing.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan dismissed India's account of the airstrike on a terrorist training camp as "self-serving, reckless and fictitious". Pakistan says there were no casualties.
The military action comes a week after Pakistan militants killed 42 Indians in a suicide attack.
British officials have been in "close contact" at senior levels in New Delhi and Islamabad, besides taking steps to promote global efforts to avoid escalation.
India's foreign secretary, Vijay Gokhale, told reporters in New Delhi on Tuesday Indian fighter aircraft targeted camps belonging to the organisation following intelligence another attack was in the planning. "A necessary step for the country's security".
Shah Mahmood Qureshi warned that the security situation in the region was deteriorating as India threatens to use force against Pakistan.
"If such actions continue, it can escalate into major conflict, which will not serve any goal but to plunge the region into serious crisis", he said.
The Mirage 2000s are fitted with Thales RDY 2 radar which can strike at targets with 100% accuracy, said an IAF official on condition of anonymity.