Pakistan Release IAF Pilot Abhinandan Tomorrow : Hows The josh ?
On 27 February 2019 in the act of self-defense against Pakistan attack. India lost one of its jets MIG-21 and the biggest loss was the brave pilot of the jet. The whole country is worried about the safety of the brave man and demands the government to bring him back to the homeland securely.
Pakistan in the same matter says that our soldier is in his custody. There was a video made viral from Pakistan to support their statement. ‘Abhinandan Varthaman’ was the name of the pilot as per the inquiry made in the video by Pakistani officials.
Relevant Highlights on 28 February 2019:
- Indian asks the Pakistan Government to release the IAF officer unconditionally. India has denied making any kind of compromises for the same.
- India says it’s not going to sign any kind of deal in exchange for the Pilot, at the same time demands the safety of their officer.
- Indian officials said they expect the immediate as well as the safe return of the pilot.
- The biggest news from Pakistan that comes from India is that they will release the IAF officer if it will ease the tension between two countries.
The Foreign Minister of Pakistan, Shah Mehmood Qureshi said ‘Pakistan is Ready to Hand Over the IAF Officer to India if it Leads to De-Escalation’.
Most of the countries across the globe support India for the brave step taken against terrorist activity and destruction of terror camps in Pakistan on 26 February 2019. The US has even asked Pakistan not to provide a safe home to the terrorists.
Early in the morning on Thursday, 28 Feb 2019, US, UK and France have proposed United Nations Security Council to declare Masood Azhar, the chief of terror camp Jaish-e-Mohammad in Pakistan as a Global Terrorist.
Then Masood Azhar would be in a condition of the freeze. He also banned from travelling anywhere in the world as well as an arms embargo.
Indian Government looks forward to returning of their IAF soldier, but they would not ask for consular access.
Let’s pray that the brave Indian IAF pilot returns soon and safe.
Stay Tuned for more updates on the India Pakistan situation after surgical strike 2.0 from India on 26 February 2019.