Balakot’s revenge is a ‘quick reply’
Pakistan will be given an apt reply if there is no further attack from Islamabad, said Pakistan on Wednesday.
Pakistan will be given an apt reply if there is no further reaction from Pakistan. At the same time, the retaliation taken by the Indian on the 27th of February in a terrorist attack in Balakot was a quick response to Pakistan; Pakistan Air Force announced that this action was ‘Operation Swift Retort’. February 27 will be celebrated as a ‘Quick Response Day’, Air Staff Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan said here.
This year, on February 14, 40 CRPF personnel were killed in an explosion by Pakistan’s self-styled terrorist Jihad-e-Mohammad terrorist group in Pulwama. This led to the tension between India and Pakistan. Indian Air Force launched a massive attack on Jais camp in Balakot, Pakistan on February 26th to respond to the attack. On the second day, Pakistan fired MiG-21 aircraft into the air raids and wing commander Abhinandan Vardhman was taken into custody. On March 1, Pakistan congratulated Abhinandan Vardhman on behalf of India.
Claiming that the attack on India had succeeded, it was announced that the memory of this attack will be highlighted every year as a fast response day. Mujahid Anwar Khan claimed that the very quick response to India was a masterpiece of Pakistan’s capability.