Pakistan missed its military goal after the attack by Balakot: IAF boss BS Dhanoa

New Delhi: Pakistan has not crossed Indian airspace after Balakot’s attack and missed its military target, Air Marshal Marshal Marshal Dhanoa said on Monday.
Speaking to media representatives on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Kargil War, Dhanoa said that Pakistan had also failed in its goal of attacking India’s army bases following the Balakot air strike.
He claimed that India had managed to achieve its military goal of defeating the terrorist camps on Pakistani territory.
On the issue of the closure of Pakistan’s airspace following the February 27 incident, Dhanoa said the Indian Air Force had “never stopped” civil aviation in the country.
“They (Pakistan) have closed their airspace and that is their problem. Our economy is dynamic and aviation plays a very important role, and you have noticed that the Air Force has never stopped our civil aviation, “said IAF Air Chief Marshal.
It is recalled that on 26 February, Indian Air Force aircraft attacked terrorist groups of Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) terrorist groups, which killed several terrorists.

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