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I Salute Pilots Of IAF: Rahul Gandhi On Air Strikes Across LoC

Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday lauded the pilots of the Indian Air Force after air strikes on Pakistan.

I Salute Pilots Of IAF: Rahul Gandhi On Air Strikes Across LoC
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I Salute Pilots Of IAF: Rahul Gandhi On Air Strikes Across LoC
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2019-02-26T10:24:32+05:30

Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday lauded the pilots of the Indian Air Force after air strikes on Pakistan.

"I salute the pilots of the IAF," he tweeted.

Gandhi also put out the Indian flag along with his tweet.

The Congress also tweeted, lauding the role of the Indian Air Force in keeping Indians safe with its consistent and determined effort.

"We salute the @IAF_MCC for their consistent & determined effort to keep Indians safe. Jai Hind," the Congress said on its official Twitter handle.

PTI

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