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Pakistans 45 F-16 Fighter Jets Being Upgraded in Turkey: Pakistan Air Force Chief

Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Rao Qamar Suleman has appreciated
the role of police in war against terror, Geo News reported on Thursday.

Talking to media after a ceremony in police lines Islamabad, Air
Chief said that 45 F-16 fighter gets are being upgraded in Turkey. He
added that new squadrons of F-16 and JF-17 thunder planes would be
constituted in March.
He informed that PAF have 21 JF-17 thunder jets in final stage while nine are being manufactured.

Earlier, addressing the passing out ceremony as chief guest, Air Chief
Marshal stated that sacrifices of police for the country would not go
waste, adding that police and armed forces are fighting against the war
on terror hand-to-hand.

He was optimistic that terrorism would be eliminated from the country.