India's Air Strikes scared the PAK, special session of Parliament today


Internet Desk| After the action taken by the Indian on the 13th day of the martyrdom of 40 soldiers in the Pulwama terror attack, Pakistan is in intense panic condition, and after this action, Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan has convened a crucial meeting of the National Command Authority on Wednesday. A special session of both Houses of Parliament has also been called. A day after the action taken by India, there is a lot of hustle-bustle going on in the neighboring country.

The Pakistani government tweeted on Tuesday tweeted that Chinese Ambassador Yao Jing was called on Wednesday to meet Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi in Islamabad. In this meeting, the current situation of the area will be discussed. External Affairs Minister says that Pakistan and China are committed to keeping peace in the region.

A special session has been called in the Pakistani Parliament today. On Tuesday, after the proceedings of the Pakistan Parliament began, the slogans of ‘Shame on Imran Khan’ in the House started rebuffing. Pak MPs called a joint session in the House and discussed the current tension between India and Pakistan. Today, the special session will be held in the House on their demand. However, the leaders of the main opposition parties, the Pakistan Muslim League (PML) and the Pakistan People's Party (PPP), talked of uniting against 'invasion of India'.

Pak government's attitude

On the other hand, Pakistani media are with the official statement of the Pakistan government on the operation of the Indian Air Force (IAF) to destroy the terrorist camp of Jaish-e-Mohammed in the country. However, many journalists raised questions over the delay in issuing statements from the Pak Government.

Apart from PTV's official channel PTV, most TV channels, including Geo, Don, Express, SAMA, ARY, have been saying the whole day that Indian aircraft violated the LoC on Tuesday. However, he did not talk much about India's claim that the camps of Jaish-e-Mohammed were destroyed in Balakot valley.

The main opposition party, the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leader Khursheed Shah, and former Foreign Minister Khwaja Asif said that Indian aircraft entered 30 kilometers inside Pakistan. His statement raises questions on the statement of the Pak government, which said that the aircraft entered the area of ​​barely 3 to 4 km. However, the media cut off his statement of 30 kilometers.

While talking to the SIE 24 channel, journalist Iftikhar Ahmed asked if the Indian aircraft had entered Pakistan's airspace only 3 kilometers, why did it take more than 12 hours for the Imran Khan's government to give an explanation. His comment on this comment was off-air by the news channel. Another senior journalist Ansar Abbasi asked why did not we drop Indian fighter planes?

Anchor Syed Talat Hussain, an anchor of the news channel, said on his own government that it was sad that Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi called an emergency meeting in the Foreign Office six hours after the arrival of Indian carriers in the Pakistan border. A turtle can also run faster than this.