Twitterati Calms Down After PM Imran Khan's Post On Releasing Abhinandan

It has been more than a day of Indian Air Force pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman being at Pakistan. He was captured by Pakistan af...

It has been more than a day of Indian Air Force pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman being at Pakistan. He was captured by Pakistan after an engagement with Indian forces on February 27 and news came out stating that he will be released by Islamabad on March 1, Prime Minister Imran Khan has confirmed.

Abhinandan was captured by Pakistani forces after his MiG 21 Bison crossed the Line Of Control (LoC) and fell into the neighboring country's territory. The same is officially stated by the PM Imran Khan to the parliamentarians during a joint session, "As a peace gesture we are releasing Wing Commander Abhinandan tomorrow," Pakistani news channels have reported.

Meanwhile, the sources have told CNN News18 that Wing Commander Abhinandan will be coming from the Wagah Border and that he will be accompanied by the outgoing defense attache. Earlier on February 28, India had made its stand clear and said that they were not looking to strike any deal with Pakistan, and were not even negotiating for consular access, but demanding “immediate release” of the pilot.

Following this, Pakistan's Foreign Minister, Shah Mehmood Qureshi, reportedly said that Pakistan is "willing to consider returning the Indian pilot if it means de-escalation of ties between the two countries."

India had on February 27 summoned the acting high commissioner of Pakistan, Syed Haider Shah, and demanded the immediate and safe return of an IAF pilot who was detained by Pakistan following an aerial engagement by air forces of the two countries, yesterday.

The Indian External Affairs Ministry had also made it clear to Pakistan that no harm should be caused to the IAF pilot, adding that it has conveyed strong objection to the neighboring country at the "vu*lgar display" of the injured personnel in violation of all norms of International Humanitarian Law and the Geneva Conventions.

On the other hand, Twitterati went appreciating the decision taken by Prime Minister Imran Khan. Check out the tweets here:



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All India Daily: Twitterati Calms Down After PM Imran Khan's Post On Releasing Abhinandan
Twitterati Calms Down After PM Imran Khan's Post On Releasing Abhinandan
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