Let's take as an example of modus tollens:
Major premise: wherever there is smoke there is fire
Minor premise: there is no fire on the mountain
Conclusion: there is no smoke on the mountain
I don't think Indian logicians would see this as a prasaṅga,
nor western philosophers as a case of reductio ad absurdum,
as it doesn't conclude something absurd or undesirable,
therefore we are not compelled to reject one of the premises.