You only busted your own bubble.Already busted this.
I am comparing crash rate for past 2 decades. Just like there are different kind of data reports of specific dates.Nonethless it makes no sense to calculate from 2000 instead of 1985-86 from where both countries started operating 4th gen jets:
More like fake comparison of inflated figures.Real Comparison:
Most of jets you are comparing did not even exist 5 years back. Its like including future population with current population. your data is inaccurate.Now India has accquired a total of 482 4th gen jets as of Dec 2020 ( 272 Su-30s, 125 MiG-29 incl. 29Ks, 59 Mirage 2000, 20 Tejas, 8 Rafales) and 44 4th gen crashes incl. Navy which means the crash rate is only 9.1% of fleet strength.
You also did not include the biggest factor.Pakistan accquired around 85 F-16s & 135 JF-17 (total 220) and 14 4th gen crashes so crash rate is 6.4% of fleet strength.
A very minor difference considering that US made planes have a much better safety standards and reliability than Russian ones