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Another Indian MiG-21 Fighter Jet Crashes


An Indian MiG-21 jet crashes near Gwalior

Prime Minister Imran Khan’s speech at the United Nation’s General Assembly is just two days away. In his speech, the Prime Minister is all set to raise the Kashmir issue and India’s ongoing atrocities and curfew in the valley in the strongest possible tone and it seems that India is already quaking in its boots.

An Indian MiG-21 fighter jet crashed near Gwalior on Wednesday morning.

Indian news outlets reported that both pilots safely ejected before the crash. However, the bruised ego and yet another humiliation faced by the Indian Air Force is cause for celebration for Pakistanis, especially so close to Prime Minister Imran Khan’s inevitably explosive speech at the United Nations General Assembly.

The plane was a trainer aircraft and pilots were a group captain and a squadron leader.

Mig-21 ‘s routine training mission comes crashing down

The Mig-21 was on a routine training mission from the Gwalior Airbase when it crashed at around 10 am Indian time. A court of inquiry will ascertain the cause of the accident.

Since 2016, the Indian Air Force has lost 27 aircraft in crashes.

In a bid to educate the world about the ongoing crisis in Kashmir and India’s oppression of the citizens in the valley, Prime Minister Imran Khan has been holding multiple meetings and rounding off leaders before the UNGA conference. It now seems that India is dreading PM Imran Khan’s speech and is not concentrating hard enough on flying its fighter jets properly.

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