'Our Missile Hit Our Own Chopper': IAF Chief Admits 'Mistake' In Mi-17 Crash After Balakot Strike
Hailing the February 26 attack on Balakot terror camps in Pakistan, Bhadauria said that the IAF has achieved many milestones over the last one year.
Further hailing the February 26 attack on Balakot terror camps in Pakistan, Bhadauria said that the IAF has achieved many milestones over the last one year. "Air Force has achieved many important milestones in the last one year including 26th February when we successfully targeted terror camps in Balakot," he said. The IAF is prepared to meet any contingency and does not rest on past laurels, Bhadauria said.
Bhadauria also said acquisition of Rafale aircraft and S400 air defence systems will greatly enhance IAF's operational capabilities. "Rafale and S-400 Air Defence missile system will further bolster the capability of the Indian Air Force," he said.
A surface-to-air missile of the Indian Air Force brought down the Mi-17 aircraft in Kashmir's Budgam on the morning of February 27 when the Indian and Pakistani air forces were engaged in a fierce dogfight, a high-level probe had concluded in August.
(with inputs from agencies)
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