Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan called for talks with India after both sides said they had dropped the military planes, something that had not happened since the nuclear armed rivals went to war in 1971.
"History tells us that my questions are that given the weapons we have, we can afford erroneous calculations," Khan said during a nation's short television broadcast on Wednesday.
Once again I invite India to come to the negotiating table, "Han, who called for a dialogue with New Delhi in the past, said.
The Pakistani prime minister said his country is ready to co-operate with New Delhi in a suicide bombing in India-Kashmir-led Pakistan-led group Jaish-e-Mohammed.
India accuses Pakistan of "controlling" this attack, and Prime Minister Narendra Mody, who faces general elections in April and May, has promised a "jaw" response. 1
Earlier in the day, Pakistani military claims to have arrested two pilots from India's air force after shooting two fighters The Indian Foreign Ministry spokesman later confirmed that one of their pilots had disappeared and that they "establish the facts".
Foreign Ministry spokesman Ravis Kumar also reported that a Pakistani plane has been seen by land forces falling from the sky from the Pakistani side, he said at a briefing.
"In this engagement, unfortunately, we lost one Mig-21. The pilot is missing in action, Pakistan claims to be in their leadership."
Speaking to reporters in Pakistani military headquarters in Rawalpindi, a spokesman said Pakistani planes shot six targets in Indian ruling Kashmir, striking "open spaces" as a demonstration of Pakistan's ability to hit Indian targets.
The intention, said the military spokesman, is not to cause any civilian or military casualties.  had to demonstrate our right, will and self-defense ability, "read a statement from the Pakistani foreign office, published shortly after the attacks. We do not intend to escalate, but we are quite ready to do it if we are forced to do it. " Major General Assyff Gaffor, the military spokesman said that Pakistan did not want to escalate the military action and called on India to engage in dialogue
" This is not revenge in a real sense, Say Pakistan has abilities; we can do it, but we want to be responsible, we do not want escalation, we do not want war, "he said at a press conference.
Police officers in Indian-administered Kashmir said two pilots and civilians were killed after an Indian Air Force crash broke into the controversial region, but failed to confirm whether the plane had been dropped by Pakistani forces.
On Wednesday, Pakistan closed its airspace for all commercial flights
Several airports in northern India were also closed, forcing airlines to cancel the service to at least six cities.
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– On Tuesday, Indian aircraft entered the Pakistani-controlled Kashmir airspace to shoot four bombs that landed in the Jama village, about 10km (19 miles) From Kashmir to Heyber Pachtunhva
In a statement by the foreign ministry, India said it had destroyed a "Jaish-e-Muhammad" camp in Jama, but Pakistan's military and witnesses said the bombs hit a mostly uninhabited forest. One person is injured in the attacks, and local hospitals do not report other casualties.
India and Pakistan are fighting for two of their three wars in the disputed territory of Kashmir, which they claim to be full, but manage separate parts separated by a control line. Indian officials say two pilots and civilians died after an Air Force aircraft crashed in the Kashmir Indian function [Danish Ismail/Reuters]