Pakistan to free IAF Commander tomorrow as a Peace Gesture

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Indian Air Force Wing Commander Abhinandan , who was captured by Pak Army the other day due to accidental falling to the territory of Pakistan, to be released tomorrow. Prime Minister Imran Khan announced today that they are ready to release Indian Air Force Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman as a peace gesture. PM Khan told that joint session of Parliament will be called to discuss over the war-like situation between India and Pakistan.

Pakistan, in response to non-military air strikes by India in Pakistan terrorist camps, sent their JET in Indian territory and attempted several strikes in J&K territory. Indian army in response to air strikes of Pakistan, started firing in which Pakistan MiG Fighter Air JeT was shot down. 
Fire continued, and a pilot chasing Pakistan MiG, shot and fell in Pakistan territory. Pakistan initially said that they had two IAF pilot in their custody but later corrected, with one captured IAF commander Abhinandan.

India welcomes Pakistan decision on sending back IAF commander and will look for peace if there will be no ceasefire violation from Pakistan.