Terror groups are operating their activities without hindrance in Pak: MEA

09 Mar 2019 12:03 PM

Terror groups are operating their activities without hindrance in Pak: MEA

Updated 09 Mar 2019 12:03 PM

The spokesperson of Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) Raveesh Kumar on Saturday addressed a media briefing spoke about Pakistan’s claim of the downing of a second Indian aircraft during a counter-terror operation in Balakot on February 26. Speaking to reporters, Kumar said that if Pakistan claims it has a video recording of the downing of a second Indian aircraft then why have they not shared the video with international media?
Further, speaking about Pakistan using F-16 aircraft to down an Indian warplane which was potentially in violation of US agreements, Kumar said, “There are eyewitness accounts and electronic evidence that Pakistan deployed F-16 aircraft was shot down by Wing Commander Abhinandan. We have asked USA to also examine whether the use of F-16 against India is in accordance with terms and conditions of sale.”

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