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India highlights Pakistan's contradiction; doesn't see Pakistan acting against terror

Reacting to India's entry to the group, Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Ravish Kumar said it would be 'mutually beneficial and to help in non proliferation'. Photograph:( Zee News Network )

WION New Delhi, Delhi, India Feb 27, 2019, 11.11 PM (IST) Sidhant Sibal

In view of Wednesday's flip flops post by the Pakistani army, New Delhi doesn't see Pakistan acting on the issue of terrorism. 

Highlighting the contraction by the Pakistani army post-arrest of Indian air personnel, a top source said, "DG ISPR had tweeted that there is only one Indian pilot in Pakistan. This is directly contradictory to his earlier tweet which claims another two in the region." 

Adding, "this shows Pakistani duplicity - their own lies have been exposed."

But the Pakistani not once but twice did it flip flop on Wednesday. 

Spokesperson of the Indian ministry of external affairs, Raveesh Kumar briefed the media at 3.15 in which India confirmed one of its personnel is missing in action.

One hour later when the Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan addressed the nation he continued to say 'pilots' in the plural.

The top source, speaking to WION said, "this is evidence that the Pakistani officials and military were not briefing the PM correctly."

Explaining, "If they cannot even present the right facts before their Prime Minister, how can we trust them to take any action against terrorists."

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Spokesperson of the Indian ministry of external affairs, Raveesh Kumar briefed the media at 3.15 in which India confirmed one of its personnel is missing in action.