Pakistan Army Warns India - Time to Wait for Our Surprise

Pakistan Army Warns India - Time to Wait for Our Surprise

Pakistan Army Warns India - Time to Wait for Our Surprise

"We exposed their escalations and their false claims, we offered global observers to come and examine the claims of India".

The Indian government condemned what it described as a "vulgar display of injured personnel".

Pakistan's Foreign Ministry said its air force strikes were aimed at "nonmilitary targets" to avoid human loss and damage.

India today demanded the release of the fighter pilot shot down by Pakistan warplanes after video emerged showing the pilot blindfolded with blood on his face.

India's External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj says the limited objective of Tuesday's pre-emptive strike inside Pakistan was to act decisively against the terrorist Jaish-e-Mohammad group to prevent another attack in India. The militant groups are fighting for either Kashmir's independence or its merger with Pakistan.

In a television documentary on the IAF's Su30MKI aired in May 2011, Abhinandan was asked what it took to be a Su30 pilot.

India has officially contacted Pakistan for its access to the arrested Wing Commander Abhinandaran who is a son of a retired Air Marshal and husband of a retired Squadron Leader.

Senator Payne was in London for a meeting with her counterpart, Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt, to discuss a post-Brexit free trade deal between the two countries and the shared efforts to promote the worldwide rules based order.

In a video footage, Abhinandan can be seen sharing his views and thanking the Pakistan armed forces for saving his life from the mob at crash site. He then reveals his name and rank before politely fending off questions from soldiers by saying: "I'm not supposed to tell you that".

What were the air strikes about?

Indian army soldiers near the wreckage of an Indian aircraft apparently shot down by Pakistan. A helicopter crash in the region also killed six Indian air force officials and a civilian on the ground. "If they respond with aggression, we will be forced to respond", he said.

He added that one Indian pilot was in the custody of the Pakistani army.


Wednesday night flights on the same two same routes were cancelled "as there now are no suitable alternate routings", she said in an email.

No explanation has been given as to why the numbers have changed.

Pakistan's airstrikes come after India launched an airstrike on what it said was a militant training base.

Major General Asif Ghafoor said we wanted to show to Indians that we are capable of doing all things, but not at the peril of regional peace.

Still, the conflict has escalated, with both sides trading artillery fire along the so-called Line of Control, the de facto border between the Indian and Pakistani parts of Jammu and Kashmir.

Despite claims about wanting to avoid escalation, a mood of belligerent triumph spread across Pakistani news stations and online Wednesday.

At the height of the US-Iran nuclear deal negotiations in 2015, a New York Times editorial said the "biggest concern" was that Pakistan had the "world's fastest-growing nuclear arsenal".

Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan called for talks with India, urging them to "come to the negotiating table".

"We should sit down and talk", he said.

Indian administrator Baseer Khan confirmed that the airport in Srinagar, the main city in Indian-controlled Kashmir, was closed and said it was a "temporary and precautionary measure". "They don't know who they have challenged".

Mr Modi has yet to comment but was meeting top security and intelligence officials to discuss the situation, reports in India said.

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