( Shivam Dubey )
Indian Air Force has taken major action on Pakistan to avenge the Pulwama attack. The IAF has crossed the LoC and the Indian Air Force’s 10 Mirage planes have destroyed Jaish’s hideouts. According to information, the Indian Air Force dropped 1,000 kg of bomb. Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself supervised the entire operation in the Situation Room built in South Block. The Prime Minister was aware of the report’s moment.
It is being said that several suggestions were given to the Defense Minister to seek revenge from Pakistan. The full plan of the Air Strike was made by the Air Force Chief BS dhanoa. After this, the Army and Air Force conducted air surveillance around the LoC. Drones were used for this. The camps that were targeted were identified as between 20-21 February. Prior to the main attack the refueler tank flew the trolley. In the main attack, the Air Force used laser-guided bombs.
Prime Minister Modi gave an open leave of action
According to the information, the IAF has three squadrons of Miraj fighter aircraft, two of which were used in this operation. 6-6 fighter jets were taken from these two squadrons. At the same time, there was a refill tanker, which means that if the fuel of an aircraft was eliminated on the way, it could be filled in air. Along with this, an AWX aircraft also flew from Bhatinda Airways, it investigated the area from where these Mirage planes were to go.
avex aircraft noticed that there was no Pakistani ship flying in this area. The drone was also used in the attack to monitor LoC on the border. After this 12 Mirage-2000 aircraft made the LoC cross, followed by PoK cross and reached Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. There attacked the oldest camp of Jaish in Balakot, MNS district. These aircraft used laser-guided bombs, during which the operation was done for 20-22 minutes.
Only after the martyrdom of 40 soldiers in the Pulwama attack, there was a possibility of India taking major action. Tell that after the Pulwama attack Prime Minister Modi had said that the army has been given full exemption to take any kind of action.