PAF pilots destroyed Indian arrogance on February 27: CM Nation has no interest in no-confidence motion: Buzdar

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Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar said that PAF fighter pilots had destroyed two Indian fighter planes and put down the arrogance of India on 27th February 2019. “The nation pays rich tributes to the valour and bravery of Pakistan Air Force” he commended.

He remarked that this day would always be remembered in the history of Pakistan’s aerial defence. CM in his message on the completion of three years for putting down Indian fighter planes attributed that 27the February 2019 is an illuminating chapter in the history of Pakistan’s Defence. PAF fighter pilots had carved out a new history of courage, he commended. He maintained that 27th February day is nothing more than remorse for India. CM complimented that the brave soldiers of the dear homeland gave a bitter lesson to India of humiliation and ashamement.

The PAF fighter pilots by putting down the Indian aircrafts had spread profound grief across India, he maintained. He stated that Pakistan gave a surprise to its enemy by destroying their fighter planes. “I pay salute to the brave pilots of Pakistan Air Force for safeguarding the aerial boundaries of our dear homeland” CM Usman Buzdar complimented.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar regretfully remarked that opposition is bringing no trust in their meetings only and this stunt tantamount to a storm in a tea cup.

No trust talks are beyond reality, he added. He stated that nation has no interest in no-trust motion.

“People want progress and prosperity while the opposition is only putting hindrances in the course of advancement” he deplored.

CM underscored that the opposition by mere indulgence into politics for the sake of attaining power would get nothing. “Opposition lacks courage to bring no confidence motion” he emphasised.

 

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