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"I am sure if the UN had not intervened, perhaps, the entire Kashmir would have been ours,” he said.
wow just wow .... history lessons from Indian side are always from bollywood movies .....

In reality UN intervene as it was India who went to UN and wanted UN intervention, it was Pakistan and Kashmiris who are suffering from that intervention not the India.
 

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So now the false bravado has trickled down to the chain of command in the IAF? Their top brass often utters such nonsense, during the euphoria of auto stimulation.

However, this regional air chief forgot to mention that on that "someday", south Asia would cease to exist on the world map, as we know it. So anybody can claim anything they want on the day after, if they survive. ( Indias' ghar wapsi)
 
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wow just wow .... history lessons from Indian side are always from bollywood movies .....

In reality UN intervene as it was India who went to UN and wanted UN intervention, it was Pakistan and Kashmiris who are suffering from that intervention not the India.
Well, we know how the Bollywood kicks in as soon as these weekend warriors are in front of the media.
Two front war victory, cricket score in an exercise , Shazaz-ud-Din....are all in a days work.
 

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Like I told an Indian colleague why only Kashmir. Poora Pakistan lay lo.

But it will be on a no refund no exchange policy, because within 6 months the same Indians will be begging us to take it back with a few additional states with one hand behind their back covering their own ***.

They think Pakistan is a joke.

Itna to admi nashay ki halat main nahi chwlain Marta, jitni yeh Indians subah shaam martay hain.
 

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"Someday, India Will Have Whole Of Kashmir": Top Air Force Officer
Budgam Landing Anniversary: Air Officer Commanding in Chief (AOC-in-C) of Western Air Command, Air Marshal Amit Dev, also said the people in Azad Kashmir are not being treated very fairly by the Pakistanis.
All IndiaPress Trust of IndiaUpdated: October 27, 2021 5:04 pm IST



'Someday, India Will Have Whole Of Kashmir': Top Air Force Officer'Someday, India Will Have Whole Of Kashmir': Top Air Force Officer

Budgam Anniversary: However, Air Marshal Amit Dev said there was no plan at the moment.


Srinagar:
A top Air Force officer on Wednesday said there was no plan "at the moment" to capture Azad Kashmir (Azad Kashmir), but expressed the hope that someday India will have the "whole of Kashmir".
Speaking to reporters at an event here to mark the 75th anniversary of the Indian troops' Budgam landing, Air Officer Commanding in Chief (AOC-in-C) of Western Air Command, Air Marshal Amit Dev, also said the people in Azad Kashmir are not being treated very fairly by the Pakistanis.
“...All the activities which were carried out by the Indian Air Force and the Army (on October 27, 1947) resulted in ensuring the freedom of this part of Kashmir. I am sure that someday, the Azad Kashmir will also join this part of Kashmir and we will have the whole of Kashmir in years to come,” he said.
However, when asked if the force has any plans to capture the Azad Kashmir, Air Marshal Dev said there was no plan at the moment.
“(The whole of) Kashmir is one, a nation is one. People on both sides have common attachments. Today or tomorrow, history is witness, that nations come together. We do not have a plan at the moment, but, God willing, it will always be there because people in Azad Kashmir are not being treated very fairly by the Pakistanis,” he said.
Indian troops had landed in Kashmir on October 27, 1947, a day after the then Maharaja Hari Singh signed the instrument of accession with India following the Pakistani tribal raids.
The AOC-in-C of the Western Air Command said the IAF faces many challenges, but the basic one is of technology.
“The rate of change of technology is so fast in the world today that we have to keep pace with that. If any nation which is to grow economically has to have a strong military, we must fulfil our obligation to the nation in the years to come...and we are always ready for the challenge,” he said.
The IAF has become a very capable force and in the years to come, "'we will continue to serve the nation with honour"' he added.
Asked about the drone attacks, Air Marshal Dev said they can inflict minimal damage only.
“We had equipment against it (drone attacks) ready, and it was deployed here as well. We are now increasing the deployment by further procurement. Drone challenge is a small challenge and we will be able to deal with that challenge as and when it comes,” he said.
He said celebrating the 75 years of Budgam landing was a historic occasion.
“After the instrument of accession was signed, we moved in our troops quickly and Srinagar airfield was saved and thereafter we launched further offensive and pushed the Pakistani military, which came as Kabalis (tribals), further back.
"I am sure if the UN had not intervened, perhaps, the entire Kashmir would have been ours,” he said.

He said the IAF and the Army carried many other small missions including the operations in Poonch after an airstrip was laid there in a short span of seven days, attacks at Srinagar airfield, in Skardu on ammunition dump, and in Leh.

Can someone enlighten me when did IAF carried an operation against Skardu. !!!
That will be the day when we have whole of India.
 

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"Someday, India Will Have Whole Of Kashmir": Top Air Force Officer
Budgam Landing Anniversary: Air Officer Commanding in Chief (AOC-in-C) of Western Air Command, Air Marshal Amit Dev, also said the people in Azad Kashmir are not being treated very fairly by the Pakistanis.
All IndiaPress Trust of IndiaUpdated: October 27, 2021 5:04 pm IST



'Someday, India Will Have Whole Of Kashmir': Top Air Force Officer'Someday, India Will Have Whole Of Kashmir': Top Air Force Officer

Budgam Anniversary: However, Air Marshal Amit Dev said there was no plan at the moment.


Srinagar:
A top Air Force officer on Wednesday said there was no plan "at the moment" to capture Azad Kashmir (Azad Kashmir), but expressed the hope that someday India will have the "whole of Kashmir".
Speaking to reporters at an event here to mark the 75th anniversary of the Indian troops' Budgam landing, Air Officer Commanding in Chief (AOC-in-C) of Western Air Command, Air Marshal Amit Dev, also said the people in Azad Kashmir are not being treated very fairly by the Pakistanis.
“...All the activities which were carried out by the Indian Air Force and the Army (on October 27, 1947) resulted in ensuring the freedom of this part of Kashmir. I am sure that someday, the Azad Kashmir will also join this part of Kashmir and we will have the whole of Kashmir in years to come,” he said.
However, when asked if the force has any plans to capture the Azad Kashmir, Air Marshal Dev said there was no plan at the moment.
“(The whole of) Kashmir is one, a nation is one. People on both sides have common attachments. Today or tomorrow, history is witness, that nations come together. We do not have a plan at the moment, but, God willing, it will always be there because people in Azad Kashmir are not being treated very fairly by the Pakistanis,” he said.
Indian troops had landed in Kashmir on October 27, 1947, a day after the then Maharaja Hari Singh signed the instrument of accession with India following the Pakistani tribal raids.
The AOC-in-C of the Western Air Command said the IAF faces many challenges, but the basic one is of technology.
“The rate of change of technology is so fast in the world today that we have to keep pace with that. If any nation which is to grow economically has to have a strong military, we must fulfil our obligation to the nation in the years to come...and we are always ready for the challenge,” he said.
The IAF has become a very capable force and in the years to come, "'we will continue to serve the nation with honour"' he added.
Asked about the drone attacks, Air Marshal Dev said they can inflict minimal damage only.
“We had equipment against it (drone attacks) ready, and it was deployed here as well. We are now increasing the deployment by further procurement. Drone challenge is a small challenge and we will be able to deal with that challenge as and when it comes,” he said.
He said celebrating the 75 years of Budgam landing was a historic occasion.
“After the instrument of accession was signed, we moved in our troops quickly and Srinagar airfield was saved and thereafter we launched further offensive and pushed the Pakistani military, which came as Kabalis (tribals), further back.
"I am sure if the UN had not intervened, perhaps, the entire Kashmir would have been ours,” he said.

He said the IAF and the Army carried many other small missions including the operations in Poonch after an airstrip was laid there in a short span of seven days, attacks at Srinagar airfield, in Skardu on ammunition dump, and in Leh.

Can someone enlighten me when did IAF carried an operation against Skardu. !!!
Come on and get it what's stopping you?
 

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"Someday, India Will Have Whole Of Kashmir": Top Air Force Officer
Budgam Landing Anniversary: Air Officer Commanding in Chief (AOC-in-C) of Western Air Command, Air Marshal Amit Dev, also said the people in Azad Kashmir are not being treated very fairly by the Pakistanis.
All IndiaPress Trust of IndiaUpdated: October 27, 2021 5:04 pm IST



'Someday, India Will Have Whole Of Kashmir': Top Air Force Officer'Someday, India Will Have Whole Of Kashmir': Top Air Force Officer

Budgam Anniversary: However, Air Marshal Amit Dev said there was no plan at the moment.


Srinagar:
A top Air Force officer on Wednesday said there was no plan "at the moment" to capture Azad Kashmir (Azad Kashmir), but expressed the hope that someday India will have the "whole of Kashmir".
Speaking to reporters at an event here to mark the 75th anniversary of the Indian troops' Budgam landing, Air Officer Commanding in Chief (AOC-in-C) of Western Air Command, Air Marshal Amit Dev, also said the people in Azad Kashmir are not being treated very fairly by the Pakistanis.
“...All the activities which were carried out by the Indian Air Force and the Army (on October 27, 1947) resulted in ensuring the freedom of this part of Kashmir. I am sure that someday, the Azad Kashmir will also join this part of Kashmir and we will have the whole of Kashmir in years to come,” he said.
However, when asked if the force has any plans to capture the Azad Kashmir, Air Marshal Dev said there was no plan at the moment.
“(The whole of) Kashmir is one, a nation is one. People on both sides have common attachments. Today or tomorrow, history is witness, that nations come together. We do not have a plan at the moment, but, God willing, it will always be there because people in Azad Kashmir are not being treated very fairly by the Pakistanis,” he said.
Indian troops had landed in Kashmir on October 27, 1947, a day after the then Maharaja Hari Singh signed the instrument of accession with India following the Pakistani tribal raids.
The AOC-in-C of the Western Air Command said the IAF faces many challenges, but the basic one is of technology.
“The rate of change of technology is so fast in the world today that we have to keep pace with that. If any nation which is to grow economically has to have a strong military, we must fulfil our obligation to the nation in the years to come...and we are always ready for the challenge,” he said.
The IAF has become a very capable force and in the years to come, "'we will continue to serve the nation with honour"' he added.
Asked about the drone attacks, Air Marshal Dev said they can inflict minimal damage only.
“We had equipment against it (drone attacks) ready, and it was deployed here as well. We are now increasing the deployment by further procurement. Drone challenge is a small challenge and we will be able to deal with that challenge as and when it comes,” he said.
He said celebrating the 75 years of Budgam landing was a historic occasion.
“After the instrument of accession was signed, we moved in our troops quickly and Srinagar airfield was saved and thereafter we launched further offensive and pushed the Pakistani military, which came as Kabalis (tribals), further back.
"I am sure if the UN had not intervened, perhaps, the entire Kashmir would have been ours,” he said.

He said the IAF and the Army carried many other small missions including the operations in Poonch after an airstrip was laid there in a short span of seven days, attacks at Srinagar airfield, in Skardu on ammunition dump, and in Leh.

Can someone enlighten me when did IAF carried an operation against Skardu. !!!
Come to Azad Kashmir in Abhinandan style. They will show you just how badly they are being treated.

Puttar fouj saved Abhinandan. Agar fouj na hoti to log Abhinandan ko thude mar mar kar kachoomar bna dete.
 

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"Someday, India Will Have Whole Of Kashmir": Top Air Force Officer
Budgam Landing Anniversary: Air Officer Commanding in Chief (AOC-in-C) of Western Air Command, Air Marshal Amit Dev, also said the people in Azad Kashmir are not being treated very fairly by the Pakistanis.
All IndiaPress Trust of IndiaUpdated: October 27, 2021 5:04 pm IST



'Someday, India Will Have Whole Of Kashmir': Top Air Force Officer'Someday, India Will Have Whole Of Kashmir': Top Air Force Officer

Budgam Anniversary: However, Air Marshal Amit Dev said there was no plan at the moment.


Srinagar:
A top Air Force officer on Wednesday said there was no plan "at the moment" to capture Azad Kashmir (Azad Kashmir), but expressed the hope that someday India will have the "whole of Kashmir".
Speaking to reporters at an event here to mark the 75th anniversary of the Indian troops' Budgam landing, Air Officer Commanding in Chief (AOC-in-C) of Western Air Command, Air Marshal Amit Dev, also said the people in Azad Kashmir are not being treated very fairly by the Pakistanis.
“...All the activities which were carried out by the Indian Air Force and the Army (on October 27, 1947) resulted in ensuring the freedom of this part of Kashmir. I am sure that someday, the Azad Kashmir will also join this part of Kashmir and we will have the whole of Kashmir in years to come,” he said.
However, when asked if the force has any plans to capture the Azad Kashmir, Air Marshal Dev said there was no plan at the moment.
“(The whole of) Kashmir is one, a nation is one. People on both sides have common attachments. Today or tomorrow, history is witness, that nations come together. We do not have a plan at the moment, but, God willing, it will always be there because people in Azad Kashmir are not being treated very fairly by the Pakistanis,” he said.
Indian troops had landed in Kashmir on October 27, 1947, a day after the then Maharaja Hari Singh signed the instrument of accession with India following the Pakistani tribal raids.
The AOC-in-C of the Western Air Command said the IAF faces many challenges, but the basic one is of technology.
“The rate of change of technology is so fast in the world today that we have to keep pace with that. If any nation which is to grow economically has to have a strong military, we must fulfil our obligation to the nation in the years to come...and we are always ready for the challenge,” he said.
The IAF has become a very capable force and in the years to come, "'we will continue to serve the nation with honour"' he added.
Asked about the drone attacks, Air Marshal Dev said they can inflict minimal damage only.
“We had equipment against it (drone attacks) ready, and it was deployed here as well. We are now increasing the deployment by further procurement. Drone challenge is a small challenge and we will be able to deal with that challenge as and when it comes,” he said.
He said celebrating the 75 years of Budgam landing was a historic occasion.
“After the instrument of accession was signed, we moved in our troops quickly and Srinagar airfield was saved and thereafter we launched further offensive and pushed the Pakistani military, which came as Kabalis (tribals), further back.
"I am sure if the UN had not intervened, perhaps, the entire Kashmir would have been ours,” he said.

He said the IAF and the Army carried many other small missions including the operations in Poonch after an airstrip was laid there in a short span of seven days, attacks at Srinagar airfield, in Skardu on ammunition dump, and in Leh.

Can someone enlighten me when did IAF carried an operation against Skardu. !!!
 

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The man is a complete imbecile. The people of AJK slaughtered the Dogra army and then took the fight to the Indian army.
Also just how are the people not being treated fair? I think he means fair by locking them away like stray dogs.
Dear Sir,

Both countries has nuclear weapons, personally I think there will be a regional war involving Pakistan, China, and India to settle this matter once and for all.

Nuclear weapons are only useful when you have it or when you are the weaker side.
Even if China does not go to war with India, China will probably support Pakistan economically, politically, and with military advisers.
China will probably supply Pakistan with military equipment as well.

Personally I believe diplomacy will not resolve the Kashmir dispute. For if diplomacy could, The Kashmir dispute would have been resolved by now.
"Someday, India Will Have Whole Of Kashmir": Top Air Force Officer
Budgam Landing Anniversary: Air Officer Commanding in Chief (AOC-in-C) of Western Air Command, Air Marshal Amit Dev, also said the people in Azad Kashmir are not being treated very fairly by the Pakistanis.
All IndiaPress Trust of IndiaUpdated: October 27, 2021 5:04 pm IST



'Someday, India Will Have Whole Of Kashmir': Top Air Force Officer'Someday, India Will Have Whole Of Kashmir': Top Air Force Officer

Budgam Anniversary: However, Air Marshal Amit Dev said there was no plan at the moment.


Srinagar:
A top Air Force officer on Wednesday said there was no plan "at the moment" to capture Azad Kashmir (Azad Kashmir), but expressed the hope that someday India will have the "whole of Kashmir".
Speaking to reporters at an event here to mark the 75th anniversary of the Indian troops' Budgam landing, Air Officer Commanding in Chief (AOC-in-C) of Western Air Command, Air Marshal Amit Dev, also said the people in Azad Kashmir are not being treated very fairly by the Pakistanis.
“...All the activities which were carried out by the Indian Air Force and the Army (on October 27, 1947) resulted in ensuring the freedom of this part of Kashmir. I am sure that someday, the Azad Kashmir will also join this part of Kashmir and we will have the whole of Kashmir in years to come,” he said.
However, when asked if the force has any plans to capture the Azad Kashmir, Air Marshal Dev said there was no plan at the moment.
“(The whole of) Kashmir is one, a nation is one. People on both sides have common attachments. Today or tomorrow, history is witness, that nations come together. We do not have a plan at the moment, but, God willing, it will always be there because people in Azad Kashmir are not being treated very fairly by the Pakistanis,” he said.
Indian troops had landed in Kashmir on October 27, 1947, a day after the then Maharaja Hari Singh signed the instrument of accession with India following the Pakistani tribal raids.
The AOC-in-C of the Western Air Command said the IAF faces many challenges, but the basic one is of technology.
“The rate of change of technology is so fast in the world today that we have to keep pace with that. If any nation which is to grow economically has to have a strong military, we must fulfil our obligation to the nation in the years to come...and we are always ready for the challenge,” he said.
The IAF has become a very capable force and in the years to come, "'we will continue to serve the nation with honour"' he added.
Asked about the drone attacks, Air Marshal Dev said they can inflict minimal damage only.
“We had equipment against it (drone attacks) ready, and it was deployed here as well. We are now increasing the deployment by further procurement. Drone challenge is a small challenge and we will be able to deal with that challenge as and when it comes,” he said.
He said celebrating the 75 years of Budgam landing was a historic occasion.
“After the instrument of accession was signed, we moved in our troops quickly and Srinagar airfield was saved and thereafter we launched further offensive and pushed the Pakistani military, which came as Kabalis (tribals), further back.
"I am sure if the UN had not intervened, perhaps, the entire Kashmir would have been ours,” he said.

He said the IAF and the Army carried many other small missions including the operations in Poonch after an airstrip was laid there in a short span of seven days, attacks at Srinagar airfield, in Skardu on ammunition dump, and in Leh.

Can someone enlighten me when did IAF carried an operation against Skardu. !!!
LOL, he said if the United Nations had not intervened? What an idiot! It was India that took the Kashmir matter to the United Nations FIRST!

Then United Nations said hold a plebiscite or referendum to resolve the Kashmir dispute. What a douchebag this guy is.

Even partition plan said to take the geography and demographics into consideration.
 

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I would really appreciate it if the Indian military stick to the ethos of speaking softly and carrying a big stick. Military officers should refrain from making political statements.
 

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I would really appreciate it if the Indian military stick to the ethos of speaking softly and carrying a big stick. Military officers should refrain from making political statements.
You speak of the India of the 90s or maybe early 2000s. Competent and somewhat humble. This is a very different ethos and culture thanks to 12 years of quasi-religious brainwashing
 

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