Pakistan Air Force Chief Trembles At IAF Post-Rafale; Predicts ‘she will Come More Than 5km’


Weeks after India formally inducted the advanced Rafale jets into the IAF, Pakistan Air Force Air Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan has claimed that India is planning an offensive. Khan’s statement while speaking at the Centre for Aerospace and Security Studies in Pakistan showed the fear of Pakistan army and Imran Khan administration. 

He said that India will enter quite 5km this point and can prove its dominance within the aerospace domain. The sky marshal of Pakistan also echoed his country’s old rhetoric on Kashmir and said that India will plan to spread ‘conflict beyond Kashmir and at international border.’

Pakistan Air Force Air Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan said, “I would imagine India offensive in 18-24 months. As it received a sizable number meteor equipped Rafale from France. Only this time she will enter deeper than 5 kilometers and engage multiple targets to stamp its superiority in the aerospace domain. I imagine India’s willingness to spread the conflict within the air beyond Kashmir and possibly at the international border.” 

This comes days after Indian Air Force chief Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria addressed a news conference talking about the induction of the new Rafale jets and therefore the nation’s preparedness in handling a possible two-front war with China and Pakistan. “The integration of Rafales brings during a platform which is much ahead and would give us a foothold and capability to strike first and deep,” said the IAF chief. “Indian Air Force is prepared for any possible conflict including a two-front war,” he had said.

 India’s Balakot airstrike 

Days after the Pulwama terror attack, India on February 26, 2019, pounded Jaish-e-Mohammed’s biggest training camp in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province at Balakot in Pakistan by carrying out coordinated airstrikes. In a pinpoint precision airstrike, the IAF successfully targeted 350 terrorists and trainers. India used fully armed Mirage 2000 fighter for the offensive. 

The “preemptive and non-military” action by India was seen as a results of strong leadership under Prime Minister Narendra Modi who on February 15, 2019, had said ‘those responsible will pay a very heavy price’ and ‘security forces will be given a free hand to deal with terrorists.’ 

The braveheart of the Indian Air Force Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman also spent a couple of days in Pakistani custody after he shot down a contemporary Pakistani F16 jet, following which his MiG-21 was shot down during a dogfight the with Pakistan Air Force just a day after the February 26 Balakot airstrike as Pakistan attempted to hit back.

Source- Republic tv/

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