Here, Rafale can play a very important role. It has the forced ntrusion capabilities.I came to kniw that Pakistan detected Indian aircrafts in Balakot but didn’t engage because Indian formations were big in numbers they feared it will escalate the matter and they will have huge casualties
"Pakistan’s western front is still unstable. It’s going to bite them and they will realise it", says Army Chief Gen. Naravane at a defence conclave.Naah it's fine, whether we like it or not, Talibans are the new heads of Afghanistan. It's better to maintain some degree of relations.
Taliban will get recognition ultimately, it's only a matter of 'when'. There maybe negotiations to get the "diversity" in and a few favorites in power as well, but any power structure that governs Afghanistan will have elements from the Taliban. It's better to keep them engaged than to leave a vacuum there. Also, sending humanitarian aid in the form of material supplies keeps people alive, not a bad deal. We anyway support a lot of nations throughout the world, why not Afghans.
Why is he following the footsteps of Gen. Rawat?"Pakistan’s western front is still unstable. It’s going to bite them and they will realise it", says Army Chief Gen. Naravane at a defence conclave.
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