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Fourth anniversary of Operation Swift Retort being observed today

Fourth anniversary of Operation Swift Retort being observed today

Fourth anniversary of Operation Swift Retort being observed today

Fourth anniversary of Operation Swift Retort being observed today

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  • DG ISPR said India staged a cowardly attack
  • He said let this day be a reminder that Pakistan Forces are ever ready
  • He said any misadventure will always be met with full might
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The fourth anniversary of Operation Swift Retort is being observed on Monday (today) to pay tribute to the country’s armed forces which on this day back in 2019 gave a befitting response to the Indian failed misadventure and shot down their two fighter jets namely MiG-21 and Su-30.

The military leadership in a statement has paid tributes to the resilience of the nation and resolve of the armed forces displayed during Operation Swift Retort.

In a tweet , Director General Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), Major General Ahmed Sharif Chaudhry said under the pretext of false flag Pulwama attack, India staged a cowardly attack on a fictitious target in Pakistan, but the daring, resolute and measured response from Pakistan thwarted Indian nefarious designs.

He said let this day be a reminder that while being a peace-loving nation, Pakistan Armed Forces are ever ready, not only to defend every inch of motherland, but to take the fight back to the enemy, if ever, aggression is imposed on us.

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The DG ISPR said any delusion resulting into a misadventure will always be met with full might of Pakistan Armed Forces, backed by a resilient nation.

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On 14 February 2019, a young Kashmiri boy, resenting Indian oppression of the Kashmiri people, drove a vehicle packed with explosives into a convoy of 78 buses carrying Indian paramilitary police in Pulwama, killing 40 CRPF personnel.

Moments after the attack the Indian media and Modi’s government immediately blamed Pakistan before even the start of any investigation and created media hype.

According to defense analysts, India staged Pulwama incident by callously killing its own soldiers which was fanned by media hype.

The Indian Air Force launched an aerial strike near ‘Balakot’ on Feb 26, 2019, claiming to target a religious seminary that New-Delhi described as a “militant camp”. They also claimed killing more than 300 terrorists but without sharing any shred of evidence to corroborate the claims.

The well-rehearsed operation involving 20 Mirage 2,000 aircraft carrying spice 2000 and Crystal Maze missiles had the support of Air Borne Early Warning systems.

They failed to deliver their payload on the target despite practising on the simulator and pre-fed coordinates on the bombs.

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Pulwama attack was completely orchestrated, the defense analysts said, questioning that contrary to the usual practice why there were no road inspecting parties to look for buried IEDs/ suspicious movement along the highway the convoy used.

“Why didn’t the authorities understand that a large convoy (78 buses) would be a tempting target? CRPF had asked the home ministry to allow it to fly the soldiers to Srinagar but why the request was inexplicably declined,” said the analyst.

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