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As news of IAF strikes in Pakistan trickles in, NIA raids separatist Yasin Malik’s house in Srinagar

In the wee hours today morning, India used 1000 kg bombs to flatten terror camps in Pakistan, destroying the Jaish-e-Mohammad control rooms and camps.

Even as the news of Indian Air Force cross the LOC and destroy Jaish-e-Mohammad terror camps in Pakistan pour in, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) raided Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chief Yasin Malik’s residence in Srinagar today. He was detained on Friday night in what was believed to be a wide crackdown on separatists in Jammu and Kashmir.

Earlier last week, the government had withdrawn security cover of 18 separatists and 155 politicians and ‘activists’ calling it ‘wastage of resources’.

In the aftermath of the horrific attack on a CRPF convoy done by Pakistan based Jaish-e-Muhammad, Home Minister, Rajnath Singh, had announced in Srinagar, that the security provided to elements having links with terrorists will be reviewed. Rajnath Singh had said that separatists are hand in glove with terror organisations, terror forces & ISI across the border. They are involved in terror conspiracies too, he had added significantly.

The horrific Pulwama attack had left the entire nation in a state of shock and rage. The Indian government, resolute to discipline Pakistan has taken several measures against them. The most favoured nation status accorded to Pakistan under WTO norms were withdrawn, and then customs duty of 200% was imposed on all imports from Pakistan. Government is also working towards isolating Pakistan on the global front. PM Narendra Modi had announced after the Pulwama attacks that the Indian Army has been given a free rein to plan and execute a retaliatory action.

In the wee hours today morning, India used 1000 kg bombs to flatten terror camps in Pakistan, destroying the Jaish-e-Mohammad control rooms and camps. It is believed that the air strikes claimed 200-300 casualties. The Indian Government is reported to be assessing the damage and is expected to make a statement shortly.

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