On Thursday, sources claim that there will be “no deal” of IAF pilot detained in Pakistan, adding that India expecting his return immediately.
Indian Government would not ask for any consular access, says, “We want him back”.
“If Pakistan thinks that they have a card to negotiate with, they do not.” The sources further said that India is trying every means to get the IAF pilot back to the country.
Meanwhile, Pakistan said that it is willing to consider the return of the IAF pilot if it leads to “de-escalation”, informed the country’s Foreign Ministry.
The Pakistan Foreign Ministry’s spokesperson told source that “we are ready to hand over the Indian pilot if it leads to de-escalation,” attributed the statement made by Pak Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi.
On Wednesday, the IAF pilot was detained after aerial combat between Pakistan and Indian fighter jets.
Indian Government calls for the Pakistani envoy, to hand over a demarche demanding the “immediate and safe return” of the IAF pilot. It was strongly objected to Pak’s “vulgar display” of the Indian pilot and claims Pakistan “would be well advised to ensure that no harm comes to him.”