When asked for more details regarding his mission, the arrested pilot politely refused to say anything further with an apology to the Pakistani army officers.
Indian High Commission in Pakistan, last evening, gave a demarche to Pakistan Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the immediate and safe return of the Indian Air Force pilot captured after air combat on Wednesday.
Relations between the two nuclear powers have been steadily deteriorating since a deadly terrorist attack against the Indian army on 14 February in the disputed Jammu and Kashmir state that killed 45 Indian officers. Indian intelligence officials also mentioned of three Pakistani jets entering the Indian airspace, however they were forced back.
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He said Pakistan can keep him under its custody until the conflict is resolved. It is expected that prime minister Narendra Modi will hold a meeting of the cabinet committee on security later in the evening to assess India's response.
On Tuesday, India launched air strikes targeting what it claimed was the biggest training camp of the militant group, Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) near the town of Balakot in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan.
But Pakistan maintained the Indian bombs had fallen on a vacant rural area with no loss of life and promised to take journalists to see the site. A massive unrest after the Pulwama attack prevailed within the Indian people, who were filled with anger and anguish, waiting for the Indian Government to take action against such a cowardly attack. After the Air Force, we investigated how much damage we had.
A young woman was killed and two others, including an off-duty soldier, were wounded in the shelling in Indian-controlled Kashmir, police said. "They don't know who they have challenged". They were first detailed in the 1929 Geneva Convention and later amended in the third 1949 Geneva Convention following the lessons of World War II. Modi's "strong and decisive leadership" against militants will be an important theme in the upcoming national election, particularly because he has found few solutions to India's entrenched economic problems, such as "jobless growth" and has made matters worse with ill-conceived policies like demonetisation. "Because terrorism is not in Pakistan's interests", he added.
Meanwhile, Pakistan suspended flights across major airports in Punjab, including Lahore, Multan, Faisalabad, Sialkot and Islamabad.
DG ISPR Major General Asif Ghafoor on Tuesday also warned India that it was time to "wait for our surprise".При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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