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IAF MiG-21 and Su-30MKI fighter jet Kill mark spotted on PAF JF-17 thunder Fighter jets

Interesting photo of IAF MiG-21 and Su-30MKI fighter jet Kill mark spotted on PAF JF-17 thunder Fighter jets appeared online on social media.

Kill marks are painted on alleged JF-17 thunder Fighter jets which shot down IAF Fighter jets on Feb 27, 2019

Here are photos of JF-17 thunder Fighter jets with the kill marks

IAF MiG-21 and Su-30MKI fighter jet Kill mark spotted on PAF JF-17 thunder Fighter jets
IAF MiG-21 Kill mark on PAF JF-17 thunder
IAF MiG-21 and Su-30MKI fighter jet Kill mark spotted on PAF JF-17 thunder Fighter jets
IAF Su-30MKI Kill mark on PAF JF-17

On February 26, 2019, Balakot airstrike was conducted by India when Indian warplanes crossed the de facto border in the disputed region of Kashmir and dropped bombs in the vicinity of the town of Balakot in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province in Pakistan.

The following day, February 27, in a tit-for-tat airstrike, Pakistan retaliated, causing an Indian warplane to be shot down and it’s pilot to be taken prisoner by the Pakistan military before being returned on March 1.

 

DG ISPR Pakistan claims that they have shot down two Indian Airforce fighter jets (1 MiG-21 and Su-30MKI). One of the aircraft fell inside AJ&K while others fell inside IOK. One Indian pilot arrested by troops on the ground while two in the area.” The military spokesperson added that one Indian pilot was arrested by the Pakistani troops on the ground. See Details: Pakistan shot down 2 Indian Fighter jets, captured one IAF pilot DG ISPR Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor

The government of Pakistan named the pilots who shot down two Indian warplanes

“Two Indian planes were shot down by Pakistan Air Force (PAF) on February 27,” Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi told Parliament

He named them as Squadron Leader Hassan Siddiqui and Wing Commander Nauman Ali Khan, saying he wanted to “pay tribute” to them both.

Squadron Leader Hassan Siddiqui and Wing Commander Nauman Ali Khan

According to Pakistan media sources Squadron Leader Hassan Siddiqui  Shot down Indian Air Force MiG-21 bison piloted by wing-commander Abhinandan Varthaman and Wing Commander Nauman Ali Khan shot down Indian Air Force SU-30MKI

Indian MEA Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar confirms PAF have shot down IAF MIG-21 fighter jet and captured pilot but he denies the claims of SU-30 MKI shot down by PAF.

Indian Air Force also claimed that Pakistani F-16 was shot down during the dog fight in February

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9 comments

  1. International media also confirmed that no casualties by IAF balakot air strike but destroyed 4 tress and one crow. Pakistan retaliated and destroyed two IAF jets while one army helicopter of Indian was shot down by themselves. Pakistan ranks higher and abhinandan was gifted to India as peace of gesture by our proud leader Imran khan Prime Minister 😍 Bravo.

  2. If there military personnels can wear medals for killing innocents and for getting defeated in war with India everytime… Then there is no wonder they can print kill mark on their Chinese built planes… Just propaganda what they believe in…baki sab ko pata h kisne kitna h dum

    • Hahahahahahha you lost 1965 and kargil. We showed proofs and what u showed? Nothing. You guys are the loosers. Make yourselfs fool from your media😂

  3. lol PAF made the memorial of F-16BM shooting the Su30mki clearly written on it with pilots name now here the kill marks are coming on Jf-17 first of all decide which jets name you want to use in the propaganda then speak.and the truth is as clear as the iafs statement which has not a single comma being changed meaning its the ultimate truth.

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