India shows Pakistani JF-17 jet in independence day video

ISLAMABAD: In what appears to be major goof-up, the culture ministry of India was embarrassed after inadvertently placing the Pakistani fighter jet JF-17 Thunder in a video of Independence Day

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An animated segment of the short video showed two JF-17s, one on each side of an Indian symbol to commemorates the Indian independence day. The video also showed the Indian tri-color flag draped under the jet.


However, it was pointed out by eagle-eyed users on social media that the jets were actually Pakistan, after which the red-faced Indian ministry and government officials deleted the video. 

The JF-17 Thunder jets which was jointly made by Pakistan and China, have a striking similarity to the Indian Tejas fighter jets, as both are single-engine light combat aircraft but Tejas does not have tail planes, and the JF-17’s air intakes are located further forward on the fuselage.


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India shows Pakistani JF-17 jet in independence day video

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