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Prime Minister Imran Khan has reportedly tried to contact Indian counterpart thrice but none of the attempts were responded to.
According to multiple sources, Prime minister house in Delhi was sent a message to arrange a telephonic conversation between two premiers but no response was received.
As a good-will gesture and in an attempt to de-escalate the worsening situation between nuclear-armed states, PM Khan then announced during the parliament session that Pakistan would release captured Indian pilot. During the session, PM Khan said he did try to talk to PM Modi.
Wing Commander Abhinandan of Indian Air force was arrested by Pakistan Army as the PAF shot down Indian jet and Abhinandan ejected and landed in Pakistan side of Line of control.
PM Khan stressed that Pakistan’s attempt for de-escalation should not be considered an act of weakness. Pakistan knows how to protect its integrity and honor and has the capability and resolve to retaliate to any adventurism in befitting manned but instead advocates peace.
The act of returning Indian pilot has garnered appreciation for Pakistan, especially PM Khan from all around the world. Wing Commander Abhinandan of Indian Air force was arrested by Pakistan Army as the PAF shot down Indian jet and Abhinandan ejected and landed in Pakistan side of Line of control. He is being released and sent back to India today.
Ever since the tension on borders has increased, Pakistan has repeatedly proposed peace and dialogue to settle the issue. PM Khan’s attempt to converse with Modi is the effort to not disturb the peace of the region by getting into the war.
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But no such peace efforts from India have been made at all, ironically the state that accuses Pakistan of extremism and terrorism.