India sacks Air Marshal after heavy losses by PAF

Reacting robust on the main losses to the Indian air power (IAF) by Pakistan Air Pressure (PAF) in current air engagement, India on Friday sacked Air Marshal C Hari Kumar from the publish of Western Air Command’s Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief.

India has misplaced at the least eight struggle planes previously one month, two of them had been shot down by the PAF in a current engagement and a pilot Abhinandan was additionally taken into the custody.

In keeping with the Indian media experiences, Jap Air Command Chief Air Marshal Raghunath Nambiar has been appointed as the brand new chief of Indian Air Pressure’s Western Air Command (WAC).

Harikumar was posted as WAC chief in January 2017.

The WAC is headquartered within the nationwide capital and controls the world from north of Bikaner in Rajasthan as much as Siachen Glacier and controls nearly 40 per cent of the air bases of the Indian Air Pressure.

Learn extra: India asks YouTube to take down videos of Abhinandan

On February 27, former Indian air force (IAF)’s official Ram Parkash had confirmed that India had misplaced two MiG 21 jets and three of its pilots.

“We’ve misplaced our two jets and three pilots,” Parkash wrote in his tweet.

He additional mentioned in his tweet that the morale of the IAF is down and out after the heavy loss.

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