Pakistan to release Indian pilot shot down during Kashmir airstrike

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that Pakistan will return a captured Indian pilot on Friday.

At a Parliament meeting on Thursday, he called it a "gesture for peace to ease tensions, but insisted that Pakistan will retaliate against aggressive actions by India in the future.

Pakistan on Wednesday released video footage of a pilot in an Indian army uniform captured after Pakistani forces shot down 2 Indian aircraft. India's Foreign Ministry strongly condemned Pakistan for publishing video of a wounded Indian soldier, saying it violates the Geneva Convention and human rights.

Source: VOV5