Narendra Modi—the Prime Minister of India has accepted that the Indian Air Force lacks strength of getting the desired results as it lacks the strength of achieving the task.
In a statement of the Indian PM that came in mid of the growing pressure on its military and government as they have failed to give any explanation or proof for backing up their claims of the number of deaths in Balakot strike and the proof of shooting down an F-16.
Instead of providing any proofs of the cross-border strikes by the Indian Air Force, PM Modi had himself questioned them by his own remarks that the country was feeling the absence of Rafale fighter jets as the outcomes could have been a lot different if India has the possession of these aircraft.
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The Indian PM’s statement is being taken as his admission of superiority of the Pakistan Air Force, which recently shot down 2 Indian jets and captured a pilot Wing Commander—Abhinandan, who was later released by the Prime Minister of Pakistan in a gesture of peace.
Congress has asked for explanations from Modi that why he gave the statement that the results would have been different with Rafale jets. It further added that it was not asking for any proof of the cross-border strikes by the Indian Air Force, but PM Modi had himself questioned them by his remarks.
Rahul Gandhi—the Leader of Congress was quick to shame Modi for the alleged corruption in Rafale deal. He in a tweet accused the Indian PM of stealing 30,000Cr and giving them to his friend.
Modi had said at the India Today conclave that India is feeling the absence of Rafale. He also said that the whole country is one voice on this that if we had Rafale the results would have been different. He further added that the country has suffered a great deal owing to the selfish interest earlier and now the politics over Rafale.
Indian Opposition criticized Modi for allegedly exploiting the Pulwama attack and Air Force strikes politically.