PAF Ordered to Shoot Down US Drones Invading Pakistani Airspace: Air Chief Sohail Aman

PAF Chief Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman has said that the PAF has been ordered to shoot down any drones, specially those of the US, if they found violating Pakistan’s airspace. Mr. Aman mentioned the attack on Kamra Air base as the most tragic & unfortunate incident in the history of PAF, he was talking to a group of audience in Capital city Islamabad, he further said:

“We suffered a lot of losses in the incident but did not lose our morale. In fact, we have continued the fight against extremism with unflinching vigor and resolve since then, transforming the PAF into a much stronger force. An international organisation wanted $287 million to cover the material damage that the PAF sustained in the attack, but Pakistan’s bright, young scientists and engineers added two new fully functioning SAB planes to our fleet at a fraction of the cost. After the attack on Kamra Air Base, not only did we set out to make the PAF better and stronger, but were also determined to guide the nations towards self-sufficiency. Now, Pakistan will make its own fighter jets.”

Examining security issues everywhere, the PAF chief noticed that the area the nation was situated in was plagued by various difficulties and challenges right now. He also focused on that there is no lack of talent in the nation, yet rather that the sharp personalities introduce here required a platform on which to exhibit their remarkable & exceptional talent to the world.


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