Pakistan Air Force (PAF) pilot Hassan Siddiqui has become a hero in Pakistan after he shot down two Indian fighter jets. This biography & profile will reveal details about Hassan’s earlier life and his family history.
Squadron Leader Hassan Mehmood Siddiqui was born in Karachi in the house of a Bihari migrant. It is said that his father migrated to Pakistan from Patna after partition of subcontinent into two countries.
He spent his early days in Karachi and then completed his initial studies from a private school in Karachi. It was revealed that he did his matriculation from Usman Public School in 1999.
Usman Public School has many branches in Karachi, Hassan passed out from Campus II which is located in North Karachi.
After his plane touched ground he received a warm welcome from fellow PAF officials. The video was circulated on social media in which they can be seen raising slogans including Pakistan Zindabad and Naara Takbeer Allahu Akbar.
Pictures of Hassan Siddiqui were also shared on social media, where people praised his successful action.
Many people are calling him another MM Alam of Pakistan who is renowned for downing 9 Indian jets in the war of 1965. He shot 5 Indian aircrafts within 60 seconds, which is a world record.
According to the details provided by DG ISPR Asif Ghafoor Pakistani pilots targeted Indian jets using JF-17 Thunder when they crossed the LOC and entered Pakistani airspace. One jet crashed in Pakistani territory while another crashed in Indian occupied Kashmir.
Pakistan also arrested Indian pilot who is identified as Wing Commander Abhinanda Varthaman.
Currently no Wikipedia page is available for this Pakistani hero but it is expected that other details about the life of this hero of Pak Air Force will be revealed soon. People are also searching about his age, wife, family and other details.