Due mounting domestic pressure, India requested Saudi Arabia for release of captive IAF Pilot
NEW DELHI - India had requested Saudi Arabia for the release of the Indian Air Force Pilot, it has been revealed.
On Pakistan's decision to release Indian Air Force pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, BJP Leader S.Swamy said, "Islamabad is releasing Indian Pilot as Saudi Arabia has requestedthem.
Our pilot fell on their land with an Indian jet, so in accordance with the United Nation they are supposed to release him."
He also said that BJP leaders should ask people to vote for them in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections by promising that if given the mandate, the Centre will "teach a lesson" to Pakistan.
"In front of the public, we should roll out a proposal that if voted to power again, the government will make sure that Pakistan is divided in four parts," he said.