- Former chief of Indian Air Force, Air Chief Marshal Birender Singh Dhanoa attended an annual festival at VJTI.
- At the festival, he addressed the students and revealed that the government had refused to accept the proposal of IAF to strike against Pakistan after 26/11 attacks.
- He also talked about his conversation with the Chinese Air Force
The government had rejected the proposal of the Indian Air Force to destroy Pakistan terrorists’ camps post 26/11 attacks. It is said by the former chief of Indian Air Force Air Chief Marshal Birender Singh Dhanoa.
While addressing the students of VJTI annual festival he said that India was aware of the location of the terror camps. And was ready to carry out the strike. But was stopped by the government.
IAF Strike Capacity
He has in past also said our neighbouring country, Pakistan involves in propaganda battles. But it is important to know that IAF has the capability to fight short, swift wars whether on land, air, sea and space.
During Question and Answer Session, he discussed how China possesses an advanced air force. Which depends on the quality and quality and has even deployed unsinkable aircraft carriers.
Earlier this month, he said that Balakot airstrike was meant to warn terrorists. Which there will be a cost to pay for terror attacks in India which were effectively conveyed.
“The government was very adamant to tell the Jaish-e-Mohammad that such attacks would come at a cost and no matter where you are PoK or Pakistan, we will catch you and that is a message of Balakot airstrike, said Dhanoa.
The IAF had destroyed the J-e-M camp in Pakistan’s Balakot on 26th February to retaliate the Pulwama attack that took place on 14th February in Jammu and Kashmir.