ISPR exposes Indian Air Force’s lie of hitting F-16 by MiG-21
RAWALPINDI: Media wing of the Pakistan armed forces, the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) on Friday exposed the Indian Air Force (IAF)’s claim of hitting F-16 by their Mig 21, ARY News reported.
“IAF claim of hitting F-16 by their MiG-21 before having been shot down by PAF gets exposed,” wrote ISPR Director General Maj General Asif Ghafoor.
Sharing picture of the missiles recovered from the Indian aircraft’s debris, he said, “All 4 missile seeker heads recovered intact from the wreckage and held. Pakistan and its professional Armed Forces staying humble by not drum beating. We have more truth on this to share.”
IAF claim of hitting F-16 by their Mig 21 before having been shot down by PAF gets exposed. All 4 missile seeker heads recovered intact from the wreckage & held. Pakistan and its professional Armed Forces staying humble by not drum beating. We have more truth on this to share. pic.twitter.com/jOklFU7GDJ
— Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor (@OfficialDGISPR) April 5, 2019
The exclusive story of a US magazine has also debunked Indian claims of shooting down Pakistan’s F-16 jet, Major General Asif Ghafoor called on India to speak truth regarding the Feb 28 dogfight with Pakistan Air Force.
In a statement on Twitter, the DG ISPR quoted the scoop of Foreign Policy magazine and wrote, “Allah be praised, truth always prevails.”
Advising the arch-rival, the DG ISPR said: “Time for India to speak truth about false claims & actual losses on their side including the second aircraft shot down by Pakistan.”
He added that, “India needs introspection especially over atrocities in IOK [Indian occupied Kashmir]. Region needs peace, progress & prosperity.”