- Sep 19, 2022
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Sure, if you say so.awwww. Too bad the MKI was shot down. Now the raptor of the east has become the pigeon of the east.
Also fun fact about Balakot, it missed. Nice little detail you missed out.
When you are blabbering nonsense comparing one Indian Pow aka Abhinandan from a 2019 skirmish with those from a full scale war of 1971, your intentions thus become obvious of barking up the wrong tree.
Do you think there were no Indian Pow in 1971. Let me burst your Bharti bubble.
Below is a picture released by Red Cross, showing captured Sikh pilots of Indian Airforce in one POW camp alone, add to this Hindu, Christian and Muslim IAF pilots and other Sikh pilots held at various other POW camps and you get a good idea how PAF whipped IAF in Western theatre. And also read the link as how Bangladesh is often giving you a bloody nose... Doing the job for us.
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Pakistan, Lyalpur camp, 12 April 1972, visit to Indian prisoners of war (POWs).
"Sikh pilots, now POWs, passed their time flying kites. Camp authorities forbade this activity. An "homme de confiance", also a POW, explains the visit of Red Cross delegates, emphasizing that he hopes the ICRC can negotiate on their behalf the return of the kites."
How many Indian POWs, and how many Pakistani ones?
Did India cede half the country?
Oh why am I arguing with denialistanis?
Sure, sure, you won the war, did not lose any territory, blah blah.