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Balakot message was to tell Pak there will be cost for terror attacks: Former Air Chief Marshal

IndiaTimes Saturday, 14 December 2019
The message of the Balakot air strike was to tell the Pakistani establishment and terrorist organisations that there will be a cost to pay for terror attacks in India which was effectively conveyed, said former Air Chief Marshal B S Dhanoa. He was speaking during a discussion on 'Understanding The Message of Balakot' on the second day of the Military Literature Festival organised here by the Punjab government and the Chandigarh administration.
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FORMER IAF CHIEF BS DHANOA WHO RETIRED EALRIER THIS YEAR SAID THAT INDIA WAS READY TO ESCALATE THE CONFLICT WITH PAKISTAN POST THE BALAKOT AIR STRIKES. DHANOA SAID THT HAD PAKISTAN SUCEEDED IN HITTING INDIAN MILITARY INSTALLATIONS THEN INDIA WOULD HAVE RETALIATED.

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