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Operation Swift Retort; PAF officially discloses details of a befitting reply to IAF's violation of its air space.

Khafee

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@Khafee---that was sabotage---there is no way that hatch could stay open on a modern sub and it sinks---it is mechanically impossible---and then to have that much damage---.

Subs just don't nose dive into the ocean right from their position of parking---they slowly glide down a slope into the water---.

Plus subs have compartments that have doors that can be shut---and they are water tight---so maybe Joe Shearer may want to comment and bring out some truth.
IF a US$2.9bn sub can be sabotaged, OR as per their claim "left open by mistake" = incompetence. Either way who is to blame?
 

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It was such an opportune time that we could could sink it and play unawares.

Looking at it from another angle, may be Pak Navy was weary that it could be a USN sub and probably approached the Americans for clarification instead of sinking it and since the cat was out of the bag in every sense, Pakistan decided not to force the issue in the name of its obnoxious peace gesturing.

It has to go down in history as one of the most historical goofups ever committed in a times of war.
27th February will remain the biggest goof up in history of Pakistan army.
They will never have justification to not take shoots on locked targets, and worst of them all was to deliver H4 in open areas, right next to the military installations, cherry on cake was that they are parading their idiocracy to the whole world. Whereas Indians are on the offense at diplomatic front, from the afternoon of 27th February, starting with the dead line of Modi to release Abhinandan, within hours.
I envy the army, who is being micromanaged by a person in middle of a war, who never had his homework done, or may be he's promising good jobs and party tickets to everyone he meets in army leadership.
Where as in India, modi had the authority handed over to his army weeks ago. Neither his army went back to modi to seek permission at any later stage!
 
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It reeks of COWARDICE by Pak air force---.
It sure does smell like non other than Cowardice, of the decision makers.

While Air chief, in his speech said that he was missing permission and may not care for one on next occasion, (which clearly will not come until his retirement). He surely lost the moment to prove his steel.
He should have seaked only permission to fly, nothing beyond.
How could he feel comfortable, with advise which lead to risk lives of his boys for nothing!!!!!.... or as Imran Khan's said he didn't allowed to retaliate, in order to ensure Modi's election victory.
While ISPR said, it was collective decision to not strike Indian army installations.
 
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Hi,@Khafee---that was sabotage---there is no way that hatch could stay open on a modern sub and it sinks---it is mechanically impossible---and then to have that much damage---.Subs just don't nose dive into the ocean right from their position of parking---they slowly glide down a slope into the water---.Plus subs have compartments that have doors that can be shut---and they are water tight---so maybe Joe Shearer may want to comment and bring out some truth.
IF a US$2.9bn sub can be sabotaged, OR as per their claim "left open by mistake" = incompetence. Either way who is to blame?
And yet another goofup, lol.

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A file photo of INS Vikrant at Cochin shipyard (AFP file)
A file photo of INS Vikrant at Cochin shipyard
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INS Vikrant vandalised, looted at Cochin shipyard
1 min read . Updated: 18 Sep 2019, 12:57 PM ISTShaswati Das
  • A hard disk and a multi function control processor were stolen and damaged inside Indigenous Aircraft Carrier (IAC)-Vikrant
  • Theft and vandalism a result of “an internal matter and a possible insider job”: Home ministry

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New Delhi: In a breach of national security, a hard disk and a multi function control (MFC) processor were stolen and damaged inside Indigenous Aircraft Carrier (IAC)-Vikrant docked at the Cochin Shipyard Ltd (CSL).

In a serious breach of national security, a hard disk and a multi function control (MFC) processor were stolen and damaged inside Indigenous Aircraft Carrier (IAC)-Vikrant docked at the Cochin Shipyard Ltd (CSL).
While a probe is underway in the matter, the Union home ministry has said that the theft and vandalism was a result of “an internal matter and a possible insider job."

The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), which was manning the dock for any suspicious movement or possible terror activity, said that while private security had been manning the construction area of the dock, the probe had been handed over to the state police.

“The disk contains sensitive information crucial for national security and a probe is underway to check if it was an insider job or not," said a person familiar with the development.
 

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