Air Force hands over proof showing destruction of Jaish camps in Pakistan to government

The source-based information about the evidence has been received through a particular foreign news agency report which claims that the satellite pictures of Jaish-e-Mohammad mosque depict the existence of the building.

Air Force hands over proof showing destruction of Jaish camps in Pakistan to government
By: ABP News Bureau
Updated: 07 Mar 2019 09:02 AM
New Delhi: Days after conducting air strikes in Pakistan’s Balakot, which destroyed terror camps of Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists, Indian Air Force has handed over the satellite and radar images to the government which show damages done to the training camps of JeM. The sources close to security agencies revealed the same on Wednesday.

The source-based information about the evidence has been received through a particular foreign news agency report which claims that the satellite pictures of Jaish-e-Mohammad mosque depict the existence of the building.


The sources have said that proofs related to air strikes on Jaish-e-Mohammad terror camps; which were conducted on February 26, have been handed over to the government on Wednesday. The proofs also consisted of Radar and satellite images which show that bombs with S-2000 lazor technology targeted the spots which led to a lot of internal damage.

Foreign Secretary Vijay Goyal earlier said “A Large number of Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists, trainers, commanders and Jihadi groups have been killed in air strikes, who were being trained for suicide attack”. On the other hand, sources close to government said that “350 terrorists have been killed. Later, BJP Chief Amit Shah said that 250 terrorists have been killed. ”

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