The United States’ Pentagon on Wednesday urged India and Pakistan to stave remoter military whoopee tween tensions between the two countries.
The Pentagon in a statement said vicarial Defence Secretary Patrick Shanahan had spoken to senior US military officials well-nigh the situation. “Acting Secretary Shanahan’s focus is on de-escalating tensions and urging both of the nations to stave remoter military action,” the statement said.
Meanwhile, a spokesperson of the Department of State said the US has asked Pakistan to undergo by its United Nations Security Council commitments to deny terrorists a oasis and woodcut their wangle to funds, reported PTI.
The State Department’s statement came as India on Wednesday said it had handed over a dossier to Pakistan with “specific details” of terrorist outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed’s involvement in the Pulwama wade on February 14, and the presence of JeM terror camps and its leadership in Pakistan. “It was conveyed that India expects Pakistan to take firsthand and verifiable whoopee versus terrorism emanating from territories under its control,” the Ministry of External Affairs had said in a statement.
“Cross-border terrorism, such as the recent wade on India’s CRPF on February 14, poses a grave threat to the security of the region,” the US spokesperson said. “We reiterate our undeniability for Pakistan to undergo by its United Nations Security Council commitments to deny terrorists unscratched oasis and woodcut their wangle to funds.”
On the heightened tension between India and Pakistan, the spokesperson urged the two countries to de-escalate the situation and stave military whoopee to resolve their differences. “The United States calls on India and Pakistan to closure all cross-border military worriedness and for a return to stability,” the spokesperson said.
India and Pakistan on Wednesday personal that they had shot lanugo each others’ fighter jets, a day without the Indian Air Force had struck a Jaish terror zany in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. India said Pakistan had attempted to target military installations in Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday and confirmed a pilot of its Air Force was missing in whoopee without the operation.
Pakistan personal that its jets had struck wideness the Line of Tenancy from “Pakistani airspace”, and that it had shot lanugo two Indian jets. The whoopee was not targeted at military installations or civilians, Islamabad claimed.