Kuwait Airways temporarily suspended its flights to Islamabad, capital city of Pakistan due to the Indian war fever.
On Wednesday, Pakistan announced the arrest of two Indian pilots aboard a plane that was shot down in Kashmir, adding that one of them was being treated in hospital and the other in a detention center.
Pakistani military spokesman General Asif Ghafoor announced earlier on Wednesday that Pakistani forces had shot down two Indian planes that penetrated the country’s airspace.
“The Pakistani air force shot down two Indian planes inside and outside Pakistani airspace,” he said in a tweet on his Twitter account. “An Indian pilot Wing commander Abhi Nandan was captured.
He added that “the plane fell in the Pakistani section of Kashmir, while the other crashed on the Indian side.” “An Indian pilot has been arrested on the ground by the military,” he said.
In a related context, Pakistani military spokesman confirmed on Wednesday that Islamabad “does not want to go to war” with India.
“We do not want escalation, we do not want to go to war,” Ghafoor told a news conference in Rawalpindi.