India has expressed strong displeasure by summoning the deputy high commissioner of the neighboring country about the unsuccessful attempt of Pakistan on Wednesday morning. On Wednesday evening, the Foreign Ministry summoned Pakistan’s Deputy High Commissioner Syed Haider Shah. The representatives of Pakistan in South Block, New Delhi, reached around 5.15 in the evening.
In an interaction with the Pakistani high commissioner, India asked Pakistan to ensure that the Indian pilot did not face any damage to Pakistani custody. Along with this, he also expects his immediate and safe return. India condemns all the norms of the International Human Rights Act and the Geneva Convention on behalf of Pakistan, condemning the Indian Air Force’s rendezvous in an indecisive manner.
In an interaction with the High Commissioner, India has also been told that it is unfortunate that Pakistan should fulfill its international obligation and bilateral commitment to take action against terrorist organizations and those who execute terrorist activities from its land. Instead of doing an aggressive approach against India, Alongside this, India also said that counter-response from Pakistan was contrary to non-military anti-terrorist attacks in India on 26 February, 2019 at the terrorist camp of a Jaish-e-Mohammed in Balakot.
Significantly, Pakistan’s acting Deputy High Commissioner Syed Haider was invited by India’s Foreign Ministry to express his objection to the attack on Pakistan against India on Wednesday afternoon and inappropriate activities being done against India, In which the Pakistani Air Force violated the rules in the Indian airspace and targeted Indian military checkposts L’was.
It is worth mentioning that India dropped bombs at Jaish-e-Mohammed’s largest training center in Balakot, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan’s troubled province, about 80 km from the Line of Control (LoC). A large number of terrorists, coaches and top commanders were killed in this action of India.
However, retaliatory action has been taken after the air strikes by Indian Air Force, in which Indian soldiers have killed Pakistan’s F-16 fighter aircraft. During retaliation, Pakistan has also targeted the MiG-21 of India and a wing commander of the Air Force has been taken in so-called possession.
Let us say that on February 14, 40 soldiers of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) were killed in the suicide attack by Jaish-e-Mohammed in Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir. India responded 12 days after this incident.
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