February 27, DGISPR will hold an important press conference today
Rawalpindi: Major General Babar Iftikhar, Director General of Public Relations (ISPR) of the Pakistan Army will hold an important press conference today.
According to the details, DG ISPR Major General Babar Iftikhar will hold an important press conference today at 3 pm, in which Major General Babar Iftikhar will give a briefing on February 27 and the situation of occupied Kashmir.
Remember One year has been completed of Pakistan's answer to Indian aggression, February 27 is the day when the guards of Pakistan's open-air have made a new history of bravery and courage and India have faced humiliation.
February will always be remembered as Operation Swift Retort; Operation Swift Retort begins with targeting six Indian military targets across the Line of Control.
At which, India sent MiG 21, SU 30 and Mirage 2000, in which of the two aircraft fell into the air by the Pak Air Force, the wreckage of the Indian Mug 21 aircraft fell into Pakistani territory and its pilot Abhi Nandan was arrested, while the Indian SU-30 plane crashed in occupied Kashmir, in which its pilot was killed.
India claimed to have destroyed the Pak Air Force's F-16 aircraft to hide the defeat, which it has not proven even today, while US officials have also rejected the claim.
After one year completed of Operation Swift Retort, Pakistan has just presented four missiles and object sets of Abhi Nandan aircraft to the world. Aircraft Missile R73 Archer and R-77 Eder Two missiles were completed and in the correct condition, while 2 missiles were found partially due to the burning of the aircraft.
Missile experts have also analyzed these missiles to prove that none of the four MiG-21 missiles was fired, according to experts reports that Abhi Nandan's claim of destroying a Pakistani aircraft is a lie.
Pakistani military officials have once again reiterated Surprise Day's commitment that Pakistan is a peaceful state, but whenever the aggression is imposed, the enemy will get a surprise in response.