Indian Air Force has demonstrated its strength by exercising large military training in Pokhran near Pakistan border in Rajasthan. During this, 140 planes took part in which 81 fighter aircraft were involved.
These manoeuvre have been around a hundred kilometers away from the Pakistani border. After the Indian soldiers martyred in the extremist attack in Pulwama, the relations between India and Pakistan have come to an end.
According to a report of Hindustan Times, Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa, Chief of the IAF has said that the Air Force is fully prepared to implement any decision of the political leadership of the country.
In his speech, Dhanoa said, “Today we are demonstrating our power to punish, we are showing our ability to bring military units to the enemy areas and to secure them safely.”
They said, “What are we showing today? We are showing our strength to attack strongly, aggressively, attack in the daytime and attack in the night and even in bad weather.”