Indian Air Force’s Satellite Pics Prove Raid Into Pakistan Successful

Pakistan and India gave conflicting accounts of what happened with the suspected militant training camp in the Pakistan-controlled part of Kashmir. New Delhi insists that its jets killed hundreds of terrorists, but Islamabad claims that the bombs missed their intended target.

The Indian Air Force (IAF) has provided the government with radar imagery and high-resolution satellite images of the reported air raid on a terror training camp inside Pakistan following a prior report that had cast doubt on the Indian military’s claims.

The Press Trust of India, the country’s biggest news agency, quoted security sources as saying that the government received all the “evidence” of the 26 February bombing raid on the facilities of Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) near the town of Balakot in northeast Pakistan. Read More

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