India And Pakistan On The Brink Of War – OpEd

The Pulwama incident, believing Pakistani involvement in it, gave an excuse to India to initiate aggressive actions against Pakistan without investigating the incident. After the incident, India launched airstrikes on Pakistan on February 26, violated LoC but failed to fulfill their mission due to quick response by Pakistan Air Force (PAF).

India did not expect quick retaliatory reaction from Pakistani side which make them nervous and hastily released their payload, near Balakot and escaped. Balakot which is situated in Pakistani administered Kashmir, 190 km away from Islamabad, and 4 to 5 km from LoC.

This type of violation from Indian side on LoC was happened for the first time after Shimla agreement in 1972. This incident escalates the tensions between two historical rival and nuclear powers India and Pakistan. Read More

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