Struggle between India & Pakistan for Kashmir escalates
An Indian pilot is captured after Pakistan has shot down two Indian military jets as a measure of tension escalating between two nuclear powers over Kashmir.
India lost one MiG-21 fighter after Two Indian had crossed over to Pakistan side of de-facto border in Kashmir region in addition to carrying Pakistani airstrikes into an “open space” on Indian side.
“My personal number is 27981, I am a Hindu”, The blindfolded pilot identified himself on a 49-second video to Pakistan soldiers.
The arrested Indian pilot #PakistanArmyZindabad #Budgam #PakistanAirForceOurPride #PakistanStrikesBack #PakistanZindabaad https://t.co/UIPHFBv2Sk
Another video is spreading on social media shows residents in Pakistan-controlled Kashmir beat the pilot before the arrival of Pakistani soldiers.
Wreckges of Indian fighter planes burning. Well done Pakistan Air Force. The entire nation is proud of you. https://t.co/TTIb1zvNZS
“We planned it such that there would be no collateral damage, no casualties, but only to let India know that if you can come into our territory, we can also carry out strikes on your territory. If the situation escalates, it will be neither in my control nor Narendra Modi’s control. With the weapons (nuclear) that we own and you own, can we afford a miscalculation?", Pakistani Prime Minister, Imran Khan'a statement to the nation.
Prime Minister Imran Khan Complete Speech to the nation today on Pakistan response to India at the Line of Control and shooting down Indian Air Force jet | 27 February 2019 24 News HD is one of the leading news channels of Pakistan bringing you the latest current affairs from Pakistan and around the world.
On the other hand, Official Spokesman of Indian ministry of External Affairs stated loss of a jet & its pilot demanding the release of its fighter pilot describing them as a "vulgar display of an injured personnel".
Statement by Official Spokesperson today ➡️ https://t.co/OEUNq7z5iY
Statement by Official Spokesperson on 27 February 2019
- Video of the media briefing
MiG lost, pilot missing in action, MEA says after Pakistan shows video of captured IAF wing commander At a briefing in New Delhi, Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said an Indian Air Force MiG-21 Bison was lost this morning while thwarting Pakistani fighter jets that had entered Indian airspace.
MEA summoned the Acting High Commissioner of Pakistan this afternoon to protest at aggression & provocation by Pakistan against India.
Pakistan demarched on the act of aggression against India The Acting High Commissioner of Pakistan was summoned this afternoon by MEA to lodge a strong protest at the unprovoked act of aggression by Pakistan against India earlier today https://t.co/jN9Ym2qTpC
Pakistan demarched on the act of aggression against India
Nine airports in northern India have now reopened as long as Pakistani airspace has entirely closed.
Civil Aviation Authority of #Pakistan has officially closed its airspace until further notice & issued NOTAM. 🇵🇰