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Now Pak Army gives a ‘silly excuse’ for failing to defend during air-strike

In a massive victory for India, IAF successfully conducted air-strikes only to eliminate terrorist launchpads in Balakot, Chakothi and Muzaffarabad.  In the encounter, Hizbul, Jaish and Lashkar camps have been demolished in 21 minutes, which killed at least 325 soldiers and terrorists.

Pakistani officials have also confessed that Indian planes did violate its airspace and dropped bombs over Balakot in the country’s northwest.

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Responding to IAF’s biggest ever strike on Pakistan-backed terror, the Director General of ISPR, Major General Ghafoor, has given a “silly excuse” for Pakistan’s failure to defend itself during the surgical strike 2.0. In a face-saving situation, the military leader said that “defence against air force attacks are not always possible”.

He said that if it had been a ground attack, they would have deftly defended according to their tactical plans. “We will respond differently and surprise you. Almighty Allah is all powerful. Let India come and stay in Pakistani airspace for 21 minutes. We will see what will happens next,” he added.

Major General Ghafoor was adamant to not accept the country’s inability to defend against air strikes instead he claimed that Pakistan did not suffer any damages nor any casualties despite all proofs and evidence.

“Indian aircraft intrusion across LoC in Muzaffarabad Sector within AJK was 3-4 miles. Under forced hasty withdrawal aircraft released payload which had free fall in the open area. No infrastructure got hit, no casualties. Technical details and other important information to follow,” he added.

Written by Chaithanya G

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.

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