Balakot message was to tell Pak there will be cost for terror attacks: Former Air Chief Marshal
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.
You Might Like
💡 newsR Knowledge: Other News Mentions
Questions about China shouldn't be asked on Twitter: RS Prasad tells Rahul Gandhi
Credit: ANI Duration: 02:13Published
China 'bigger threat to India' than Pakistan: Sharad PawarChina's military might is "ten times greater" than India, the former defence minister, Sharad Pawar said, adding that Beijing has "weaned away" India's..
J&K: Army foils infiltration attempt along LoC; 2 terrorists killed"The heavily-armed terrorists who were dressed in combat fatigues had taken the route through Pakistani posts in the area opposite, which clearly indicates..
250-300 terrorists stationed in launch pads across LoC ready to infiltrate into India, says Indian ArmyGoC said Pakistan is trying hard to push more and more terrorists into the valley, an attempt to disrupt the peace in Kashmir.
Intel warns of possible Pakistani BAT 'action' on Indian security forces in two sectors in J&KSecurity forces at India-Pakistan border have been put on high alert after an intelligence input revealed that terrorists are trying to sneak into Jammu and..
COVID: E-registration must to enter Punjab
Credit: ANI Duration: 01:21Published
Goa, Punjab, Jharkhand... new Covid-19 hotspots emergingOdisha, Punjab, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and a few smaller states like Goa and the Union territory of J&K are emerging as new Covid-19 hotspots with positivity..
Migrant labourers returning back to big cities in search of work
Credit: ANI Duration: 02:58Published
COVID-19: Chandigarh Police HQ closed for 2 days to carry out sanitisation
Credit: ANI Duration: 01:12Published
Sale of Chinese goods down in Chandigarh
Credit: ANI Duration: 01:42Published
Chandigarh Youth Congress workers drag car with ropes to protest fuel price hike
Credit: ANI Duration: 01:23Published
Muslim clerics felicitate Chandigarh DGP for relentless fight against COVID
Credit: ANI Duration: 01:41Published
Related videos from verified sources
Related news from verified sources
Tweets about this