Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Saturday (March 2) during an interview with BBC Urdu made it clear that Pakistan released Captured Indian pilot, Abhinandan Varthaman without any pressure and compulsion. Regarding Pakistan’s release of captured Indian pilot Abhinandan, the foreign minister, “There was no pressure on Pakistan to release him nor any compulsion.”
“Pakistan will not allow anti-state elements to risk the peace of the country or the region. We plan on taking action against extremist groups.” “The government will not allow any militia or militant organisation to use weapons or to spread terrorism through their use. If any group does this, then the government plans to take action against them’, Qureshi added.
Stating that “Pakistan does not want to go in the past”, Qureshi said, But if it goes in the past, then we will have to seen how the attack on Parliament, Pathankot and Udi took place and that is a long story.
Pakistan on Friday (March 1) taking one step forward towards peace, released Wing commander Abhinandan, an Indian pilot who was captured by the Pakistani soldiers after his plane was shot down. Rangers officials handed over the captured pilot to Indian officials at Wagah border crossing.
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