Budgam incident

Indian Air Chief confesses it was a mistake to attack Pakistan

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Breaking News Pakistan: On February 27, India tried to attack Pakistan, but after the retaliation of PAF’s fighter jets India’s Air Chief Marshal Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria froze to the ground. India did this as they held Pakistan responsible for Pulwama incident. Seven months later, the Indian Air Force finally acknowledged that shooting the Mi-17 helicopter was a “big mistake” for them. Rakesh Kumar Bhadauria, Indian Air Chief announced after his early participation today after investigating relevant IAF officials. He said that the international air force planes will ensure that they are no longer shot.

When the SPYDER air defence missile was in a helicopter on February 27, the Budgam incident killed six IAF personnel. The Air Chief said that the officials involved in this will be punished in accordance with the law.

After the retaliation of PAF pilots, allegedly, Pakistani pilots shot down 2 MIG-21 of The Indian Air Force and captured  Indian pilot , Abhinandan Varthaman. After his plane crashed he was taken by the forces for investigation. On 1st March, Abhinandan was handed over to the Indian Army at Wagah Border as a gesture of peace. He was sent to India merely to give a message that we want peace, but this should never be counted as a weakness of Pakistan.

 

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