Govt had rejected IAF proposal to strike Pakistan After 26/11 Attack: Former IAF chief BS Dhanoa

Former IAF Chief BS Dhanoa revealed on Friday The Government had rejected the Indian Air Force proposal to strike Pakistan After 26/11 attack in Mumbai.

Former IAF Chief BS Dhanoa said this while addressing the students at a program organized at the educational institute in Mumbai. He said, “We knew the location of terror training bases are in Pakistan and we were ready to attack them. But it was a political decision whether to attack or not.”

BS Dhanoa was the Chief of the Indian Air Force from December 31, 2016 to September 30, 2019. Even after the Parliament attack, Indian Air Force had given a proposal to attack Pakistan.

BS Dhanoa said that even after the terror attack on the country’s Parliament in 2001, The Indian Air Force had given a proposal of an air strike against Pakistan, But it was not accepted by the Government. 

BS Dhanoa said that Pakistan is engaged in the propaganda war against us and will continue to attack even further. Describing the Indian Air Force as capable of responding to every attack and retaliating, he said, “The Air Force has the capability to deal with small, sudden wars or any future war.”

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