Team Of Journalists Headed By Barkha Dutt Leaves For Pakistan To Have Peace Talks with Terrorists

Team Of Journalists Headed By Barkha Dutt Leaves For Pakistan To Have Peace Talks with Terrorists

On Wednesday, Pakistan and India engaged in a border crisis after Pakistan’s F-16 jet tried to enter Indian airspace. However, the jet was shot down by Indian Air Force, leading it to crash in PoK area. In the air war, India lost one of its MiG planes and a Wing commander went missing, whom Pakistan claims to have taken custody of.

Soon after the incident, which was a retaliation of a cowardly attack in Pulwama on CRPF Jawans by Pakistan based terrorist organisation, Pakistan PM Imran Khan held a press conference. In his press conference, Imran Khan begged India to sit down & talk it out through peaceful dialogue. Orgasming after seeing Imran Khan talk about peace in his conference, Indian media started hailing him as a global leader.

Several Indian journalists supported Imran Khan and suggested that peace should be the only option. A team of journalists headed by Barkha Dutt has now reportedly left for Pakistan to conduct peace talks with Pakistan based militant organisations. Sources say that it will be a round table conference between Indian journalists, Lashkar-e-Taiba Chief Hafiz Saeed, Jaish-e-Mohammed Chief Masood Azhar and Pakistan Army Chief Qamar Javed Bajwa. Details awaited.

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