KARACHI: Pakistan Chief of Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman on Thursday said the country’s Armed Forces are vigilant at all times and are ready to thwart any aggression by the enemy.

Speaking to the media at IDEAS 2016 exhibition at Karachi’s Expo Centre, the Air Chief warned India to exercise patience and focus on a resolution to the Kashmir dispute.

“We are fully aware of the escalation in conflict arising from the Uri incident in Occupied Kashmir,” he said. He added that the Armed Forces are ready to defend the country in face of any misadventure by the enemy.

“We are not worried about India at all,” he added.

Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman further said Operation Zarb-e-Azb is complete war and no one should have any doubts on that.

He said that Pakistan is preparing Super Mushak jets for Nigeria and Qatar and signed an agreement with Turkey to sell 52 Super Mushak basic trainers during IDEAS 2016 expo.

Super Mushak is a varied upgraded version of Super Mushshak fitted with a more powerful 260 HP engine, cockpit air-conditioning, electrical instruments, and electric cum manual elevator and rudder trim. The aircraft has been developed to meet FAR part 23 certification in categories normal, utility and aerobatics.-Web Desk