Air Force Chief visits PAF Base Qadri, oversees operational exercise

Pakistan Air Force (PAF) Air Chief Marshal (ACM) Mujahid Anwar Khan, on Saturday, visited PAF Base Qadri, Skardu, and reviewed operational exercise by the Northern Air Command.

ACM Mujahid Anwar, on his visit to PAF Base Qadri – Skardu, witnessed and reviewed operational exercise of PAF including emergency deployment of fighter jets and other associated elements of PAF operations.

During his visit, the Air Chief was also briefed on the ongoing infrastructure development initiatives on the base.

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Expressing his views on the India’s unparalleled quest for modern arms, ACM Mujahid Anwar stated that India’s rapid weapons acquisition will be adequately responded by Pakistan to ensure the preservation of conventional military equilibrium achieved over the years.

Mujahid Anwar also reiterated PAF’s undeterred to adequately and effectively respond to any cross-border aggression by India, and that country’s armed forces are fully prepared and capable to protect territorial integrity and sovereignty of Pakistan.