Pakistan on Monday has displayed all four missiles of Indian Wing Commander Abhinandan’s MiG-21 in an exhibition.
During the exhibition, Air Commodore Syed Umar Shah said that no missile was fired by Indian MiG-21.
He also debunked the Indian claims of downing a Pakistani F-16 fighter.
Syed Umar Shah also said that Indian Air Force (IAF) chief is spreading 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.
During the briefing, he said that if PAF wanted, it could have inflicted heavy casualties and financial loss on Pakistan.
He also said that PAF have full authority to use all weapons available to defend the country.
Earlier, an Indian Navy MiG-29K fighter jet crashed near Goa. The pilot of the aircraft managed to eject safely.
“Today morning at around 1030h a MiG-29K aircraft on a routine training sortie crashed off Goa.
The pilot of the aircraft ejected safely and has recovered,” a Navy spokesperson said in a statement.
An inquiry MiG-29K to investigate the incident had been ordered, he added.
India had contracted 45 MiG-29K carrier based fighters from Russia in two batches, 16 fighters in 2004.
Along with the contract for acquiring aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya and another 29 fighters in 2010.