Sushma Swaraj's move to seek details of the Incident had agitated quite a few people in Pakistan, including their Information and Broadcasting minister Ch Fawad Hussain, who saw it as an intervention in Pakistan's internal matters.
Pakistan has continued to maintain that Indian bombs had destroyed nothing but a few trees in the region during the airstrikes at Balakot. It was even considering registering a complaint against India at the UN for 'eco-terrorism'.
Pakistan has claimed to have taken 44 terrorists into 'preventive detention' for investigation. The terrorists include Mufti Abdul Raoof and Hamad Azhar, brother and son of Jaish-e-Muhammad chief Mashood Azhar.
Even as Prime Minister Imran Khan preaching peace, his ministers are venting out their hatred by resorting to anti-India and anti-Hindu rhetoric publicly and Imran Khan including other liberal 'peaceniks' in India have decided to stay silent.
The Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa has already confirmed that his Air force had struck the intended targets. But some Indian politicians are desperate to discredit our armed forces and peddle Pakistan's version.