The monkey was killed ... When the NSA received a call 15 minutes after the Balakot airstrike, know-how India gave Pakistan the hoax


Posted on 26th Feb 2021 01:54 pm by rohit kumar

The year was 2019 and the date was 26 February. It was 3.45 in the morning (early morning). That's when the then Indian Army chief BS Dhanova makes a telephone call and goes to the RX number of India's National Security Advisor Ajit Doval. RAX is an ultra-secure fixed-line network. BS Dhanova calls Ajit Doval on the phone in Hindi- 'Monkey killed'. This message meant that the Indian Air Force demolished the training camp of Jaish-e-Mohammed in Pakistan by striking a Balakot air and killed hundreds of its terrorists.

 

BS Dhanova then made a similar phone call to the then-Defense Minister Nirmal Sitharaman and his secretary Anil Dhasmana and gave the same message that he had given to the NSA. Ajit Doval gave this information to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In fact, on 14 February 2019, India did this airstrike to avenge the Pulwama terror attack. 40 CRPF personnel were killed in the Pulwama terror attack. The Balakot airstrike will complete two years today. Gradually facts about this operation and sometimes are coming out.

 

Top officials involved in the Balakot airstrike told Hindustan Times that the code name 'Bandar' was deliberately chosen to confuse Pakistani intelligence agencies, referring to Jaish-Mohammed's headquarters, where militant Masood Azhar was living safely. Was. Before the Airstrike, Indian fighter aircraft were flown in the skies of Rajasthan to deceive the Pakistani intelligence, so that the full attention of Pakistan comes to this and to put all its strength in retaliation against India. As a result, the upgraded Mirage 2000 of the Indian Army raided the Spice 2000 Penetrator Bombs weighing 90 kg. During this time, the nearest aircraft of Pakistan was about 150 kilometers away.

 

According to officials, the Indian Air Force deliberately chose 26 February as the day for the airstrike because it was a full moon night. The Indian Air Force succeeded in defrauding the Pakistani radar by flying below the Pir Panjal range. According to officials, all five bombs were dropped at five places in Pakistan at 3 am (Pakistani time). However, the sixth bomb did not fire due to technical problems and it did not explode. During the Balakot Airstrike, the Indian Air Force destroyed the entire camp of the terrorists, but only one mosque's hideout was left unharmed, where preparations for the Fajr prayers began.

 

After completion of the mission of Balakot Air Strike, Prime Minister Narender Modi called a meeting with all senior ministers, top PMO officials, Cabinet Secretary, Home Secretary, Foreign Secretary, Secretary (RAW), Director Intelligence Bureau, and the then Air Force Chief. At this meeting, the PM thanked Intelligence, especially RAW, which played a big role. Even though the whole country was celebrating this success, the people who formulated the National Security Plan were worried about the last missile not firing.

 

Mission Bandar was executed by the Indian Air Force (IAF) at the Jaish-e-Mohammed (JEM) terrorist camp in Balakot, Pakistan, within just 90 seconds, and the kind of secret laid for this operation. This can be gauged from the fact that even the family members of the pilot who did it did not know anything about it. A pilot of the Mirage-2000 fighter aircraft used for the first time in such an Indian Air Force attack reported that "it was completed in 90 seconds, we threw the bomb and returned." Whereas, on the condition of anonymity, another Indian Air Force pilot said "no one knew it, even my family members did not know."

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