Not a bad idea but how will war planes take off from bases if their runways are bombed heavily?. – Simranjit Singh Mānn
The Tribune dated 10th September 2021
Comments by Simranjit Singh Mann: Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) states that highways in Punjab, built with concrete on the border are also made for such landings of military air craft. Why is the Union Government hiding this fact?
Our Party finds that this is a good innovation for war planes to land. But we ask when the runways of military bases are bombed heavily creating craters or strafed repeatedly how will the war planes stationed on that base take off from that particular air base?
We have also observed that at various air bases, military planes are parked in straight lines. In World War II American war planes were parked in such straight lines in the Philippines and Pearl Harbour that the attacking Japanese war planes destroyed all these planes easily much to the disadvantage of the USA
Similarly in the 1967 Israeli – Arab Egyptian War the Egyptians had lined their war planes in a straight line. Israeli war planes swooped down on them and finished off the entire Egyptian Air Force.
Now we have the new French fighter planes Dassault Rafale stationed at the Ambala Air base. We ask if the runway of this base is bombed heavily, how will these and other planes take off?
Have strong concrete bunker hangers been constructed for the Rafale war planes. We are aware that there are bombs that can destroy strong bunkers. Has the Hindu state come up with some method of constructing such bunker hangers that cannot be destroyed?
We would like the BJP- RSS Defence Minister Mr. Rajnath Singh to tell us about his air force planes taking off under such conditions. What is the strategy of the Hindu Indian State under such adverse circumstances to overcome such odds? The idea of these questions is that the Hindu state should not be caught unaware as the Americans and Egyptians became sitting ducks as spelled out.
Facta non Verba.
Simranjit Singh Mānn,
Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar),
facebook page: @sardarsimranjitsinghmann