Pakistan to release India’s pilot on Friday

Islamabad, Feb 28, : Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday announced that Pakistan would be releasing the Indian pilot tomorrow as a peace gesture.

The prime minister was addressing the joint session of Parliament and in a message, urged India not to escalate the situation. “Don’t take this any further, Pakistan will be forced to retaliate.”

“I hope the international community will play its part to ensure the situation does not escalate beyond this,” the prime minister added.

He stressed, “All issues should be resolved through dialogue. Despite us opening the Kartarpur corridor, we received no response from India.”

“When the Pulwama attack happened, we were blamed within 30 minutes,” he lamented. “I’m not saying that India has a part to play in India but I asked them to share evidence.”

Lauding the Pakistani media, the premier said, “Indian media created war hysteria. Our media showed solidarity and acted responsibly.”

The premier said, “We had understood that they will do something. India gave us a dossier today, two days after they attacked us.”

“I had said that if India does something then we will respond,” he asserted. PM Imran continued, “India violated the UN Charter.”

The premier announced, “We have decided to release the captured Indian pilot tomorrow as a peace gesture.”

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