CM prays for safety of IAF pilot
NEW DELHI: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday stood in solidarity with the damage of Indian Air Force and sources in the AAP said that the party social media handles have taken decision to not spread any unverified news about the ongoing situation between the Indian and Pakistan.
The Delhi CM on Wednesday said he is praying for the safety of the Indian Air Force pilot who is "missing in action" after India foiled Pakistan's attempts to target military installations by using its Air Force in response to India's counter-terrorism operations. He said the entire country is proud of its brave son and hoping that he has a safe return.
"I pray for the safety of Indian Air Force pilot... Whole country is proud of this brave son and everyone is hoping for his safe return. We all stand united to keep our country safe and strong," he tweeted.
Meanwhile, the AAP social media team reportedly took a decision to stay away from posting unauthenticated material on the ongoing issue between India and Pakistan. The Chief Minister a day after took the decision to postpone his indefinite fast scheduled from March 1.
The AAP also participated in the opposition meeting at the Parliament to discuss the ongoing situation where the parties have come out with a joint statement. AAP Rajyasabha MP Sanjay Singh was present at the meeting.