Pakistan has said that he will release Indian pilot congratulatory Writman on Friday.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday announced the decision to leave the Indian Air Force pilot in a joint meeting of the Parliament.
While announcing it in the Parliament of Pakistan, Imran Khan said, “We have decided to release the Indian pilot here on the path of peace.” However, Khan said that Pakistan’s de-escalation efforts should not be seen as a weak gesture. He also said that he tried to reach Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday.
Khan’s statement came after India’s strong message that “there will be no negotiation, no negotiation” on the release of Indian Air Force pilot.
India’s strong message works
India had asked for the immediate release of Wing Commander congratulations because international pressure on Pakistan had increased. New Delhi had mobilized the world community with the Ministry of External Affairs to appraise 10 diplomats about the status of Indo-Pak and the Indian Air Force pilot.
India also strongly condemned the obscene exhibit of the injured pilot on Wednesday and it was a violation of the Geneva Convention. Sources said one day later that Pakistan was trying to make ‘Kandahar-like pressure’ on India, but New Delhi was resolute.
Government sources in India said that after Pakistan is catching Indian pilot, Kandahar is trying to put pressure on the type, but New Delhi will not compromise on this matter and wants an immediate release of Indian Air Force personnel.
India had demanded the immediate release of Indian Air Force pilot
On Tuesday, India foiled the Pakistan Air Force’s efforts to attack a Jammu and Kashmir attack by firing an F-16 fighter aircraft while losing its own MiG-21 jet, after which a pilot “missing in action” ” done. Pakistan later confirmed that Indian pilot was in custody.
After the development, India violated all the norms of the International Humanitarian and Geneva Convention and expressed strong objection to Pakistan’s vulgar display of injured personnel of Indian Air Force.
Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi had earlier said that Islamabad is ready to consider withdrawing the Indian pilot if it means reducing the tension between the two countries.