Lahore - Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar Sunday said that the PAF fighter pilots had destroyed two Indian fighter planes and put down the arrogance of India on February 27, 2019.

“The nation pays rich tributes to the valour and bravery of Pakistan Air Force,” he said in his message on Surprise Day.

He remarked that the day would always be remembered in the history of Pakistan’s aerial defence. He said that February 27, 2019 was an illuminating chapter in the history of Pakistan’s Defence. “The PAF fighter pilots had created a new history of courage,” he commended.

He maintained that 27th February was nothing more than a remorse for India. The CM complimented that the brave soldiers of the dear homeland gave a bitter lesson to India of humiliation. “The PAF fighter pilots by putting down the Indian aircrafts had spread profound grief across India,” he maintained.

Punjab CM says Feb 27 nothing more than a remorse for India

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.

Nation has no interest in opposition’s no-trust move: CM

Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar Sunday remarked that the opposition’s no-trust motion plan was tantamount to a storm in a teacup.

“No-trust motion talks are beyond reality.

The nation has no interest in the opposition’s no-trust motion. People want progress and prosperity while the opposition is only putting hindrances in the course of advancement,” he said in a statement here.

The chief minister said that the opposition was doing politics for the sake of power, but it would get nothing. “Opposition lacks courage to bring no-confidence motion,” he emphasised.