Demands for air strike proof making Pakistan happy: Modi

Demands for air strike proof making Pakistan happy: Modi

The pilot was handed back to India last Friday in what Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan called a "peace gesture".

In the wake of Pulwama attack on Feb 14, 2019, which was immediately followed by the Indian accusations against Pakistan and violations of Pakistan's sovereign territory, the ensuing escalation brought the two nuclear states on the verge of war.

Pakistan's forestry department has filed an FIR against Indian Air Force pilots for bombing and destroying trees in Balakot, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province during its operation on Jaish-e-Mohammed's (JeM) terror den on February 26.

On March 5, Pakistan launched a crackdown against the JeM and other proscribed outfits, taking into "protective custody" Masood Azhar's brother Mufti Abdul Rauf, and son Hammad Azhar.

He said India first suggested that meeting be held in New Delhi, which Pakistan accepted, however, the venue was later changed to Attari. The JeM is a UN-designated terrorist group that has been responsible for numerous terrorist attacks and is a threat to regional stability. "As a state possessing nuclear weapons that sits at the nexus of Russian, Chinese, Indian, Iranian and U.S. geopolitical interests, Pakistan will always be a country of importance to the USA".

The NYT said that without worldwide pressure, a long-term solution was "unlikely and the threat of nuclear war remained".

Another resident, Rubina Bibi, 32, said she wants peace "so that we can live without leaving our own villages" in Kashmir.

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Congress leaders and their statements are being discussed all over in Pakistan.

The talks came after Pakistan handed over captured Indian air force pilot Abhinandan Varthaman to Indian officials at a border crossing last week, a move praised by United Kingdom politicians for reducing tensions.

The Prime Minister said the UPA government did not act when hundreds of people died in the 2008 Mumbai terror attack and other such strikes in the country.

Pakistan's counter-terrorism agency says the government has outlawed 68 militant groups.

The high tensions last week displaced hundreds of villagers on both sides.

The Prime Minister asked the opposition parties to stop making Pakistan "happy".

Mr Zakaria, during his interviews, deftly put forward Pakistan's desire for peace with India through dialogue and made home to his worldwide audience that it was India that was not coming to the table of negotiations with Pakistan.

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