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263 terrorists were present in Balakot camp, Pakistan burned and dumped bodies, say reports

According to the report, 18 senior commanders were part of the training center. 91 terrorists were under advanced training, 83 for the general training and 25-25 terrorists were training to become suicide bombers

In line with the proofs regarding the Balakot air strikes steadily trickling down, more incontrovertible evidence confirming the air strikes has surfaced today. According to the latest reports accessed by the Republic TV and Timesnow, Pakistan is once again exposed for its massive cover-up in the wake of the Balakot air strikes. The source quoted by the Republic TV confirms that the strikes indeed killed several Jaish-e-Muhammad terrorists including 16 of their top commanders.

The audio account lays bare Pakistan’s massive cover-up after the IAF jets hit the terror camp in Balakot. A voice can be heard in the audio tape describing in excruciating details the cover-up undertaken by the Pakistani forces after the attack. “Pakistani forces have burnt the bodies of terrorists killed in Balakot camp. ISI and JeM militants are terrorised after India’s strikes. Pakistan has now shifted the survivors to the Afghanistan border and Waziristan. Some of the gravely injured were thrown in the nearby river. Videos shot by the locals are doing the rounds on Whatsapp and Pakistan establishment can’t deny this.”

Another report from the Times Now reveals that there were 263 terrorists being trained at the Jem camp facility in Balakot. According to the report, 18 senior commanders were part of the training center. 91 for the Daura-e-Khaas (Advanced training), 83 for the  Daura-e-Aam (general training), 30 and 25 terrorists were being given training for fidayeen attacks(Daura-e-Mutalah). Apart from this, the camp reportedly 18 staff members.

Indian Air Force had targeted these terrorist bases through four missiles and it was successful in eliminating them.

The trainers present at the camp were Mufti Umar, Maulana Jawed, Maulana Aslam, Maulana Ajmal, Maulana Zubair, Maulana Abdul Ghafoor Kashmiri, Maulana Kudratullah, Maulana Qasim and Maulana Junaid. Some of these trainers killed in the air strikes were already off-grid and presumed dead by the Pakistani government. It is suspected that ISI was harbouring them in safe shelter at Balakot to use their expertise in training terrorists to wage Jihad against India.

While the opposition politicians in India are busy belittling the Armed Forces, soliciting proofs of the terrorists killed in the precise air strikes, the latest revelation vindicates the government and IAF’s stance of hitting the intended targets and eliminating the terrorists present at the training center.

JKNC chief Farooq Abdullah today ridiculed the government’s claim of killing JeM terrorists in the Balakot air strikes. In fact, Farooq Abdullah ridiculed the government claiming Balakot strike was a part of the government’s election gimmick to secure political gains. “This surgical strike (airstrike) was done as elections are approaching. We lost an aircraft worth crores. Be thankful that the pilot (IAF) survived & returned from Pakistan with respect,” he said.

Earlier, Congress leaders Kapil Sibal, Digvijaya Singh, Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot, and MP Cm Kamal Nath had questioned the authenticity of the air strikes conducted by the IAF despite Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa’s affirmation regarding the strikes.

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