Values Of Indo-Pak political issues in a waning status
On February 24, 2019, one tired and aging, superannuated Indian MIG 21 Bison fell out of the cobalt blue Kashmir skies. Indians claim a Pakistani F16 brought it down, although someone could’ve thrown a stone at it.
While stakeholders remain committed to their respective set of facts around what happened, none of it matters to anyone else, unless they enjoy Indians and Pakistani's make fools of themselves.
A was bomb a forested area, uprooting some trees. Demonstrating a sense of humor, Pakistan then lodged an official complaint at the UN against India for the ecological damage wreaked. The Pakistanis are clearly having fun with this. The Indians, not so much.
The 2019 Indian attack on a supposed Jaish-e-Mohammed camp in the same Mansehra district, where Balakot sits on the right side of the Kunhai River. One is left wondering why terrorists would camp in an area over which the Indian army holds away.
Indo-Pak demark is no exception. In any case, the more dangerous and difficult the logistics, the bigger the fortune for those in charge.