The Pakistan Air Force (PAF) released a new national song Sada-e-Pakistan or Voice of Pakistan to pay tribute to the valiant Shaheens for giving a crushing response to Indian Air Force on February 27, 2019 for intruding the country’s sovereign territory.
The Pakistan Air Force on Thursday conducted a ceremony at the Air Headquarters in Islamabad to commemorate the first anniversary of the Feb 27 ‘Operation Swift Retort’ which resulted in the downing of two Indian planes that had violated Pakistani airspace.
In this regard, the PAF DGPR has released this national song sung by the nation’s famous singer Ali Hamza and the lyrics were composed by Shehzad Nayyar. The song was shot by renowned director Zohaib Qazi
According to a PAF spokesperson, Air Chief Marshal, Mujahid Anwar Khan, said the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, on 26 February 2019, used the Indian Air Force (IAF) for political gains and violated the Pakistani airspace.
“Pakistan Air Force living up to its legacy yet again made its mark through professional excellence and valour.” He said that the “prompt, measured and surprising response busted the aggressor’s arrogance”.
“Despite these challenges PAF has continued on the path of professional consolidation over the last two decades while we solidified our professional training, capability enhancement remained our primary pursuit through indenization.
Ladies and gentleman Pakistan Air Force is one of the most respected and responsible air forces of a peace-loving country.
However, on 27 February 2019, PAF conducted a retaliatory attack inside Indian airspace and once again proved its operational, professional, and psychological superiority over the adversary.