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‘Raat ka waqt tha pata nahin chala,’ Pak Defence Minister when questioned about India’s air strikes on terror camps

Pakistan tries to downplay the air strike by Indian Air Force, gets caught in its own web.

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The parody nation which identifies itself as Pakistan woke up with Indian Air Force’s air strikes destroying the terror camps it was breeding on its soil. Even before the Indian government can take credit for the air strike which can be questioned by the Opposition leaders, Pakistan itself accepted on Twitter that they were bombed.

While Pakistan tried to play it down by saying that Indian jets were ‘forced to retreat in haste by Pakistan army patrol’, the truth is that when Pakistan tried to retaliate to Indian Air Force strike, they had to turn back after seeing the size of Indian formation. As if that was not enough, Pakistani Defence Minister Pervez Khattak, when questioned about India’s air strike, was at quite a loss of words.

In a press briefing, when Khattak was questioned regarding the air strikes, he could be heard saying, “Yeh jo attack hua hai subah, yeh takreeban 4-5 kilometre andar aaye aur unhone bomb phenk diya. Aur humari air force ready thi chunki raat ka waqt tha pata nahin chala ki kitna nuksan hua hai so they waited aur abhi clear direction mil chuki hai.” (This attack took place in the morning. They came about 4-5 kms inside the border and threw a bomb. Our force was ready but because it was night we didn’t know the extent of damage. So we waited and now we have a clear direction.)

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