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DG ISPR asks Indian Minister to Consult Indian Air Force before Attacking Pakistan

In a befitting response to Indian Union Minister, DG ISPR recalled the events of 27th February before making an over-optimistic statement to annex Pakistan-administered Kashmir.

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DG ISPR Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor warned Jitendra Singh, Indian Union Minister of Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region and Minister of State for Prime Minister’s Office, to consult India Air Force before planning to attack Pakistan.

Minister Jitendra Singh counting the achievements of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the first hundred days of his second-term said that the abrogation of Article 370 and 35-A is the biggest achievement and that India now eyes for Pakistan-administered Azad Jammu Kashmir. According to Dr. Jitendra including Azad Kashmir as an integral part of India is ‘our next agenda’

“The biggest and greatest achievement of 100 days is the abrogation of Article 370,” Mr. Singh told reporters in Jammu. It needed a tremendous amount of will power, conviction, and determination,” he added.

“Our next agenda is retrieving PoK” and making it an integral part of India, he asserted.

Indian Air Force violated the airspace of Pakistan and claimed to conduct a surgical strike against the alleged terrorist camps in Balakot, Pakistan

“It is not only my or my party’s commitment but a resolve of the unanimous resolution passed by Parliament in 1994 by the then Congress government, headed by P V Narsimha Rao. This is an accepted position,” Mr Singh said on issue of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.

DG ISPR gave a befitting response to the Union minister’s reminded India the fate of its two fighter pilot on violating the LOC. He advised Indian Union Minister Jitendra to consult Indian Air Force before pursuing their aggressive moves towards Pakistan. “Please always consult IAF before talking about such agenda,” asserted DG ISPR Asif Ghafoor.

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DG ISPR also commented on the statement of Union minister hailing the scrapping of Jammu Kashmir’s special status.

Indian Air Force violated the airspace of Pakistan and claimed to conduct a surgical strike against the alleged terrorist camps in Balakot, Pakistan, on the night of 26th February. Pakistan Air Force jet swiftly chased off Indian Air Force jets within seconds of intrusion. PAF foiled the second attempt of airspace violation by IAF on Wednesday 27th that lead to the capture of Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman.

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