Pak Air Force presented an exhibition to different parts of Indian aircraft dropped on February 27, 2019.
Indian pilots have also been deployed at Nandan's aircraft headquarters for display at Pak Air Force headquarters.
On February 27, 2019, different parts of Indian aircraft that fell on the border of Pakistan were displayed at the Air Headquarters Islamabad.
Exhibition held at Air Headquarters Islamabad - Photo: Naveed Siddiqui
Pak Air Force officials showcase Indian 'MiG21' missiles R73 and R77 and other parts.
On this occasion, officials of Pak Air Force briefed the media that the day of February 27, 2019, is an important chapter in the history of Pak Air Force.
The Pak Air Force defended the country's borders, demonstrating its professionalism as usual, and will work to defend the country with the same enthusiasm in the future.
On the other hand, on February 27, the Department of Public Relations has released a new song.
Shoja Haider, the leading singer of Pakistan, has also made his voice magical in his song 'Allahu Akbar'.
The Pak Air Force said in the statement that the song is an everlasting tale of the determination of the Pakistani nation, which has successfully fought against all kinds of difficult situations.
Remember that on February 27, 2019, Pak Air Force killed two fighter jets of Indian forces violating Pakistani airspace.
The ISPR statement said that Pak Air Force failed to intercept the Indian Air Force on the Line of Control (LoC) and killed two Indian fighter jets.
An Indian fighter plane crashed in occupied Kashmir while another plane crashed in Azad Kashmir area of Pakistan, the statement added.
The pilot wing commander Nandan was also arrested after India's MiG-21 aircraft crashed in Azad Kashmir.
The next day, Prime Minister Imran Khan announced during a joint session of Parliament that we would release Nandan, an Indian-arrested pilot for peace.
On March 1, Nandan was handed over to Indian authorities at the Wagah border in tight security.