We don't count casualties, we see whether target is hit or not, says IAF chief
Coimbatore: "We don't count casualties. We see whether the target is hit or not," said Indian Air Force chief BS Dhanoa. He also added that it was for the government to give out the number number of terrorists killed in the February 26 IAF attack in Balkot, Pakistan.
Speaking to the media here, Air Chief Marshal Dhanoa said that Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman will be allowed to fly a fighter plane again only if he is found physically fit.
"Abhinandan flying again depends on his medical fitness. If he is fit to fly a fighter plane then he will go back to the same unit."
He said the physical fitness requirement for flying fighter planes are very stringent and the rejection rates are high at the entry level.