No Deal On Pilot Captured By Pak, Want Him Back Immediately: Sources
Pakistan abducted an Indian pilot on Wednesday after elevated battle in which the Air Force shot down a Pakistani warplane.
There will be “no arrangement” on the Indian Air Force pilot caught by Pakistan, sources said today, including that India anticipated his prompt return.
The administration would not request consular access. “We need him back,” sources said.
“On the off chance that Pakistan feels that they have a card to consult with, they don’t.”
The sources said India was doing everything to recover the pilot.
The pilot was caught yesterday after ethereal battle among Indian and Pakistani military aircraft.
The administration called the Pakistani agent and gave over a demarche requesting the “quick and safe return” of the pilot. It additionally unequivocally protested Pakistan’s “revolting presentation” of the pilot and said Pakistan “would be all around encouraged to guarantee that no damage comes to him”.
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