After the ghastly attack in Pulwama on February 14 and the surgical strike 2.0 carried out by the Indian Air Force, the equation between the two countries remains tense. While Prime Minister Narendra Modi says he has given a free hand to the Indian Defence i.e. the navy force, the air force, and the Indian Army, Pakistan PM Imran Khan has been requesting for a peaceful way out through dialogues and even took to Twitter to write the same. Meanwhile, US President Donald Trump says he has 'reasonably attractive news' about it.
"We have, I think reasonably attractive news from Pakistan and India, they have been going at it and we have been involved and have them stop, we have some reasonably decent news, hopefully it's going to be coming to an end, this has been going on for a long time, decades and decades," he said while addressing the reporters after his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
Terming the situation as 'very dangerous', Trump earlier said he would like it to stop and added that they were 'very much involved' in the process of bringing an end to the hostility. "We're talking. A lot of people are. It's going to be a very, very delicate balance. There is a lot of problems between India and Pakistan because of what just happened," he said.