Pakistan-India tension: COAS Gen Bajwa holds telephonic contacts with US, UK, Australian counterparts
Major General Asif Ghafoor, the Director General of Inter-Services Public Relations, took to Twitter and announced that the military chief had telephonic contact with the ambassadors of the US, UK and China in Pakistan as well over the recent tension between the South Asian countries and its impact on peace and stability in the region and beyond.
COAS had tel comm with Comd USCENTCOM, CDS UK, CDF Australia and Ambs of US, UK & China in Pak. Prevailing stand off between Pakistan & India & its impact on peace & stability in the region & beyond discussed. “Pak shall surely respond to any aggression in self defence”, COAS.— DG ISPR (@OfficialDGISPR) March 1, 2019
Pakistan's military chief reiterated that Pakistan shall respond to any aggression in self-defence.
The contact comes amid repeated acts of aggression by India in the aftermath of Pulwama attack in which over 40 soldiers were left dead on February 14th.
India and Pakistan are at daggers drawn over the attack in Indian occupied Kashmir for which New Delhi pinned blame on Islamabad without any evidence.
In a bid to ramp up pressure on Pakistan for no reason at all, Indian Air Force aircraft violated the Line of Control on Tuesday before being whisked away by Pakistan Air Force.
Indian Air Force aircraft violated the Line of Control again on Wednesday, however, this time Pakistan Air Force shot down two fighter jets while capturing a pilot, Abhinandan alive who would be released on Friday (today).
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Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has been calling for detente ever since the repeated Line of Control violations by India.
In an address to the nation, the premier warned India about the horrors of war and emphasized resolving the disputes through dialogue instead of high handedness.
PM Khan’s gesture of releasing the captured pilot is being praised on a global scale by analysts and political commentators who are now stressing Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to put an end to the escalation.
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