Spokesperson of Pakistan Air Force (PAF) has said that February 27 is a bright and important chapter of Pakistan and PAF’s history.
Spokesman said that on February 27 2019, PAF launched a successful counter-attack and downed two enemy aircrafts in broad daylight.
He also announced that PAF will hold a glorious air show at Sea View Karachi.
JF-17 Thunder, F16 and aerobatics team Sher Dil will perform in the show, he added.
Pakistan displays all four missiles of downed Indian MiG-21
Earlier, on Monday, Pakistan displayed all four missiles of Indian Wing Commander Abhinandan’s MiG-21 in an exhibition.
During exhibition, Air Commodore Syed Umar Shah said that no missile fired by Indian MiG-21.
He also debunked the Indian claims of downing a Pakistani F-16 fighter.
Abhinandan said that Indian Air Force (IAF) chief has spread propaganda.
He said that PAF identified all aircrafts present in the Indian airspace and shot down two of them.
He added that PAF had identified four more targets but did not destroy them to avoid bloodshed.
BOL News to hold exclusive transmission on 27th February
BOL News is all set to celebrate “Surprise day” with a transmission named “Tea is Fantastic” as a tribute to Pakistan Air force.
Indian Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman had arrested in this encounter.
He flew a MiG-21 as a part of a sortie that scrambled to intercept an intrusion by Pakistan aircraft into Jammu and Kashmir.
In the dogfight that ensued, he crossed into Pakistan territory where he strucked by a missile.
Wing Commander Abhinandan shot down technologically
Varthaman ejected and descended safely in the village of Horran in Pakistan administered Kashmir, approximately 7 km from the Line of Control.
Earlier in 2019, India had claimed that Abhinandan had fired a missile before hunted by the Pakistani pilots.
But the false claim exposed with presence of all Indian missiles.
It was an unexpected setback for India exposing the country’s claims of invincibility and supremacy in the military power.