Indian TV anchors fighting war instead of army: Sheikh Rasheed
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Federal Minister for Railways Sheikh Rasheed said on Thursday that Indian television anchors are fighting the war instead of the army.
In his statement, the minister said that India has hegemonic designs in the region and it is resorting to provocations to establish its hegemony.
He commended Pakistan Air Force (PAF) for shooting down the two Indian aircraft saying the PAF is far superior than the Indian Air Force (IAF) as it has indigenously developed JF-17 fighter jets.
He further mentioned that all the war hysteria was drama of Modi and the IAF’s aircraft had never crossed the boundary of Pakistan earlier in the history. He also criticized that the India only destroyed the country’s tree.
He maintained that if war will start then the ‘Jihad’ would be obligated on 20 billion Muslims of the country.
On the other hand, Sheikh Rasheed said that Samjhauta Express train service will be resumed from Monday. He also criticized Indian Prime Minister Narandra Modi and advised him to handle the situation calmly.
It is to be mentioned here that Samjhauta Express train service from Pakistan to India was suspended till next order in a wake of escalating tensions between both the countries. The passengers who came from India are facing problems in traveling back.
They have also advised Indian government to handle the situation with peace talks. The suspension came day after Pakistan Air Force (PAF) destroyed two Indian fighter jets in a response to Indian Line of Control (LoC) violation.
Two pilots killed as two Indian jets shot down by PAF: DG ISPR
A day earlier, the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) shot down two Indian jets on Wednesday, giving the first surprise to India. According to the ISPR, the Indian jets had violated the Line of Control. The PAF gave a timely response and destroyed them.
The Pak Army jawans arrested one of the pilots. The wreckage of one of the jets fell in the Pakistani territory, while the wreckage of another jet fell in Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.