Pakistan celebrates PAF Day with full patriotism today



Pakistan celebrates PAF Day with full patriotism today
Pakistan Air Force Day is celebrated across the country today to pay tribute to the martyrs of Ghazi and PAF.



A floral ceremony was held in the tomb of Pilot Officer Rashid Minhas Shahid Nisan-e-Haider, where a group of Pakistani armed forces paid tribute to the national hero.



Vice-Marshal Abbas was the chief guest at the sleeping ceremony. He laid a wreath at the tomb of Pilot Officer Rashid Minhas Shahid.



In detail, the FAP Day was celebrated in 1965 after the heroic front of the Pakistani Armed Forces and the highest sacrifice, with an unprecedented demonstration of unity and resolution during the Pakistan-India War, against its invaders and its superior enemies.



Defense Day commemorates the epicenter of the gallant fighters of the Pakistan Air Force, who fought valiantly to defend their homeland. On this historic day, a number of superior enemies, dreaming of quick victory, launched a massive invasion of Pakistan in 1965.



During a conversation with the media, Air Vice-Marshal Abbas Ghuman said that India was trying to enter Pakistan's airspace after the Pulwama attack and was receiving appropriate response from the forces. Pakistani airports. Rashid's sacrifice Minhas Shahid is a torch bearer and Pakistan Air Force will never disappoint the country.



The main event of Pakistan Air Force Day will be held at Islamabad Air Force Headquarters. Chief Air Marshal Mujahid Anwar will address the ceremony, and special ceremonies will be held at all bases of the Pakistan Air Force to pay tribute to their fallen martyrs. Protect the country from the enemy.



One of the notable events of the war was the flying presence of Pakistani Air Force Muhammad Mahmood Alam in less than a minute when five Indian airmen shot down the aircraft. However, the Pakistani Air Force fired 50 Indian Air Force planes in two days.



ভারতীয় On this day in 1965, Indian forces crossed the international border in the darkness of night to invade Pakistan, but the nation failed the enemy's infidelity.

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