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Pakistan released Abhinandan to give peace a chance, decision made under Geneva Convention: DG ISPR

Pakistan released Abhinandan to give peace a chance, decision made under Geneva Convention: DG ISPR
October 29, 2020

RAWALPINDI (92 News) – DG ISPR Maj Gen Babar Iftikhar said that Pakistan had released the arrested Indian pilot Abhinandan to give peace a chance and the decision was made under the Geneva Convention responsibly.

Addressing a press conference on Thursday, he said that the facts were distorted in the yesterday's statement. "India suffered a defeat after the Pulwama incident, while Pakistan gave a response in daylight. An attempt was made to make the victory of Pak Army controversial," he said. "Pakistan's victory was acknowledged across the world. Pak Army's timely response foiled nefarious designs of India."

The DG ISPR said that Abhinandan was released in a responsible way. "India was so much terrified that it downed its own helicopter. The Pak Army downed Indian jets, while the Indian leadership held unavailability of Rafale jets responsible for their defeat," he added.

He said that yesterday's narrative was an attempt to reduce the superiority and victory of the Pakistani nation. "The armed forces leadership and the remaining Army cannot be separated from each other," he added.

DG ISPR Maj Gen Babar Iftikhar said that Abhinandan was released under the Geneva Convention. "The release of Abhinandan should not be linked to something else. The world appreciated the decision of Pakistan," he added.

He said that the Pak Army is ready to face all challenges. "We inflicted such injury on the enemy, which is troubling them still. The India media is fully benefitting from the negative narrative, which directly affects national security," he added.

He said that any aggression would be thwarted befittingly.