Pakistan Army spokesperson reacts to use of lemons on India's Rafale fighter jet

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Rajnath Singh had performed a 'shastra puja' when the first unit of the French-made Rafale was received by India.



By Web Report

Published: Sat 12 Oct 2019, 1:16 AM

Pakistan Armed Forces spokesperson Major General Asif Ghafoor on Thursday reacted to the Rafale 'puja' conducted by Indian defence minister Rajnath Singh.
Ghafoor, posting on his personal Twitter handle, said there was nothing wrong with the ceremony, but what matters is the competence of the men handling the machine.
"Nothing wrong in #RafalePuja as it goes by the religion and that must be respected. Please remember... it's not the machine alone which matters but competence, passion and resolve of the men handling that machine. Proud of our PAF Shaheens," he said.
Rajnath Singh had performed a 'shastra puja' when the first unit of the French-made Rafale was received by India, drawing severe backlash online.


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