Pakistan has used its Air Force to target military installations in India in response to Indian counter-terrorism operations but their attempts were foiled successfully though one Indian pilot is “missing in action”, External Affairs Ministry said at a media briefing .
In a very brief press statement, External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar, accompanied by Air Vice Marshal R G K Kapoor.
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Meanwhile, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said reportedly that he had made an offer to India after Pulwama for investigation.
He said despite Pakistan’s offer to India for a probe, India took action and hence Pakistan had to react. He also mentions that since elections are set to happen in India, some action would be taken by India.
The Pak PM said that two Indian MiGs were shot down by Pakistan and the pilot’s’ are safe in Pakistan.
“All wars in world history have been miscalculated, those who started the wars did not know where it will end. So, I want to ask India, with the weapons you and we have, can we afford miscalculation? Lets talk.
“If a war takes place, it will not be in my or Narendra Modi’s control. If you want any kind of talks on terrorism, we are ready. Better sense must prevail. We should sit down and talk,” Khan said.