Pakistanis are throwing world’s biggest tea party to celebrate 27 February a ‘supersize day’ when Pakistan Air Force (PAF) shot down two jets and captured one Indian pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan under ‘Operation Swift Retort’.
Pakistani mix tea or chai is an integral part of Pakistani culture and is one of the most highly consumed beverages in the entire country which is consumed by nearly everyone, anytime and in any weather.
When it comes to happiness Pakistanis are happy nation as we already beat India in World Happiness Report we do not spare a chance to celebrate any event.
Pakistan in the 67th position, and India in the 140th position—near the bottom of the list of the 156 countries ranked.
People are hosting tea parties and celebrating 27 February,
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February 27, 2019, a memorable day for Pakistan as Pakistan Air Force (PAF) shattered Indian dream of invincibility and military supremacy by shooting down two Indian air craft and above all capturing an IAF pilot.
Indian Air Force’s sabre rattling after a suicide attack on February 14, 2019 in Pulwama district of occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
It resulted in dangerous escalation between two nuclear armed countries in South Asia in February last year.
on February 26 Indian fighter jets crossed the Line of Control and the country’s military claimed to have conducted a “surgical strike” in Balakot area in Pakistan.
PAF jets on the other day crossed the LoC in a tit-for-tat move to Indian territory.
February 27 – Wing Commander Abhinandan shot down technologically
Later, in a dogfight an Indian MiG-21 was shot down on the Pakistani side of the border.
After striking down the Indian fighter jet, Pakistan arrested the pilot, who ejected himself after he hit in the airspace of Pakistan in Azad Jammu and Kashmir.
That came as an unexpected setback for India exposing the country’s claims of supremacy in the military power.
Hours after shooting down the IAF jets, Pakistan military released a video statement of the captured Indian pilot.
“I’m wing commander Abhinandan and my service number is 27981,” the arrested Indian pilot said in his video statement.
“I’m a flying pilot of the Indian air force (IAF),” he continued in his statement.