China Claims Credit for Helping Defuse India-Pakistan Tensions

China Claims Credit for Helping Defuse India-Pakistan Tensions

China Claims Credit for Helping Defuse India-Pakistan Tensions

The JeM claimed responsibility for the Pulwama strike.

Kumar accused Pakistan of failing to take any credible action against Jaish-e-Mohammed and other terrorist organizations, which he said continued to operate with impunity from Pakistan.

India said its air force hit a terrorist training camp and killed "a very large number" of militants.

The Balakot airstrike conducted by India was a counter-terrorism operation, which was well within the global laws.

In the aerial combat, India had lost the MiG-21 Bison aircraft and its pilot Wing Commander Varthaman was captured by Pakistan.

Kumar said that India remains resolute in its determination to persuade the worldwide community towards the necessity of compelling Pakistan to prove their commitments by showing actions rather than words.

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The drastic measures were taken after Pakistan faced increasing pressure to act against the groups which carried out the suicide bombing in India on February 14.

Pakistani governments have in the past made similar pledges to stop militant attacks being launched from its soil, notably in early 2002, after a raid by Pakistani-based militants on India's parliament brought the two countries to the brink of war. "These actions", the official described, "are a revolving door policy, under which house arrest of terrorist leaders simply means keeping them in luxurious accommodation". He also said that they have not shown any serious determination to address the legitimate concerns of India and the global community.

Since the Pulwama attack the worldwide community has stood by India, Kumar said. "For every terrorist attack coming from across the border, India will retaliate and there will be a price that the neighbouring country would have to pay".

PM Modi said India now follows a new policy of dealing with terrorists, citing the retaliatory strikes against Pakistan during his term.

"We have also shared evidence in the form of parts of AMRAAM missile which were recovered from the site and are only carried by F-16 aircraft of the PAF", he said. He also said that Pakistan is still in a state of denial. Pakistan has received as many as 21 bailout packages, including seven in the recent past, from the International Monetary Fund.

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