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'Pak PM Has Exhibited Real Statesmanship Today', Says Mehbooba Mufti Wanting 'reciprocation' From India Moments After Proof Of Pak's F-16 Missile On India Goes Viral

Written By Aishwaria Sonavane | Mumbai | Published:

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  • Mehbooba Mufti has cited Pakistan's move to release the captured IAF pilot as a 'great gesture' seeing this as a mark of 'reconciliation' after Pak Army violated India's airspace for the second time on Thursday
  • Mufti has asked the government to take measures to 'de-escalate' the current situation

After exposing Pakistan's denial of their aircraft being shot through an accessed picture of air-crash debris, former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti lauds Pak PM Imran Khan for 'exhibiting real statesmanship' 

Following Khan's announcement to release the captured Wing Commander Abhinandan on Friday, Mufti said 'it is time for our political leadership to step up and take measures to de-escalate' the situation. 

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Further, Mufti has cited Pakistan's move to release the captured IAF pilot as a 'great gesture' seeing this as a mark of 'reconciliation' 

A day after Pakistan Army spokesperson Major General Asif Ghafoor in a press conference said “Pakistan did not use F-16 in any activity”, India has busted the lie of Pakistan military. Republic TV has accessed the exclusive pictures of the pieces of Pak F-16's AMRAAM missile that was fired at Indian target, providing evidence that defies the DG ISPR's stance. 

On Thursday DG ISPR had said, "After PAF decided on targets, two Indian jets entered Pakistani airspace and the PAF faced them. The two planes were shot down — one fell in our space and the other on their side," the DG ISPR shared. Refuting Indian media reports that a Pakistani F-16 jet was shot down, Major General Ghafoor said, "Pakistan did not use F-16 in any activity today."

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