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    Pakistan: Shibli Faraz says it’s too late to apologize Ayaz Sadiq

    Shibli Faraz Pakistan’s Information Minister  called out Ayaz Sadiq and said that it’s too late to apologize for his statement regarding the return of Indian pilot Abhinandan in a tweet.

    Islamabad, Pakistan: On Friday Senator and Minister for Information referred to former Speaker of National Assembly Ayaz Sadiq statement concerning Indian pilot Abhinandan’s release, that it was too late to apologize and the law will take it’s the course.

    Ayaz Sadiq had given his thoughts that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government had released Abhinandan out of fear of Indian attack.

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    Faraz tweeted that Ayaz’s remarks are beyond apology, now the law will take its course.
    He tweeted that Ayaz and his companions will face punishment for trying to weaken the state.

    Faraz had yesterday in a press conference had asked Ayaz for an unconditional apology over his remarks.

    Yesterday in a press conference Inter-Services Director General Major General Babar Iftikhar without naming anyone said that it is disappointing and misleading to connect Abhinanand’s release with anything other than Pakistan’s mature response as a peace-loving and responsible state.

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    The DG ISPR said that Pakistan responded to India in broad daylight.
    He said Pakistan is a responsible state as a gesture of peace decided to release the war prisoner Indian Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman.

    His plane was shot down after he crossed Pakistan’s air space in serious escalation between India and Pakistan.

    A day after his capture he was released on orders of Prime Minister Imran Khan as a gesture of peace and by the rules of the Geneva Convention.

    Addisie Arega
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