Now linking Nandan’s release with something else is very misleading: Pakistan Army spokesman
Pakistan Army spokesman Major General Babar Iftikhar said that a statement was made yesterday in which there was talk of distorting history.
Giving a press briefing in Rawalpindi, Major General Babar Iftikhar said that the one point agenda of today’s press conference was the accuracy of the record.
He said that such negative statements have a direct negative impact on national security, the negative statement is being used to reduce the defeat and defeat of India.
He said that after the Pulwama incident, on January 26, India not only lost its face but also the whole world.
The Pakistan Army spokesman said that the vigilant response of the Pakistani forces thwarted the enemy’s intentions. Pakistan responded to India’s declaration in broad daylight. Two enemy planes were shot down. The pilot was just arrested. A clear victory was achieved against India and the whole nation was proud. Pakistan’s victory was recognized all over the world.
He said that it was very misleading to link the release of Indian pilot Nandan with anything else, which is not acceptable for any Pakistani.
The DG ISPR said that it has just been decided to release Nandan under the Geneva Conventions, giving it a chance as a responsible state of Pakistan. The decision to release K was welcomed by the whole world.