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IAF Wanted To Avenge 26/11, But UPA ‘blocked’ Surgical Strike

Air Chief Marshal Fali Homi Major has revealed that the Indian Air Force was ready to take revenge for the devastating 2008 Mumbai terror attacks then United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government ‘blocked’ any further action on the surgical strike option that was meant to teach terror-sponsor Pakistan a lesson.

The former IAF chief, in conversation with Times Now’s National Affairs Editor Srinjoy Chowdhury, revealed the IAF’s surgical strike plan in 2008.

Nine years after the 26/11, the ex-IAF chief dropped a bombshell when he revealed that they had the plan as well as capability to hit the terror-training camps in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir in 2008, but the then UPA government never gave the necessary nod.

The former IAF chief said that two days after the strike, the heads of the three services of Indian Armed Forces  were called at the then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s residence along with the then defence minister AK Antony and the defence secretary.

The three chiefs had discussed amongst themselves about what could be some and considered the possible option to take.

The IAF chief notified them then PM that from logistics to weapons and planes, everything was ready to strike terror-training camps in PoK.

It is disgraceful that congress did not proceed with this progression. The more you be quiet, the more you energize the fear based oppressors sitting in Pakistan.

Mohonto Panging stated, ” We were going to hit POK camps in Muzzafarrabad after Mumbai assaults in 2008. At last the Govt did not choose. Our Sukhoi Sqn under my Command was included. ”

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