Indian Air Strike killed Terrorists says Ex-Pak Army soldier

Indian Air Force (IAF) struck the Jaish-E-Mohammed training at Balakot in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir on Monday-Tuesday night. The strike hit the four buildings inside the campus of Madrasa Taleem-Ul-Quran.

Eyewitnesses (local people) present at the site of Air Strike done by Indian Air Force say they saw dead bodies being transported out of the site in the ambulance after the attack.

Local authorities soon reached the spot after the attack, they cordoned off the area on orders from pakistan army. The Pakistan army took away the mobiles phones of medical staff in the ambulance.

Ex-Pak Army soldier and Indian Govt sources say that a former pakistani inter-services intelligence officer known as ‘Colonel salim’ was killed in the bombing. Mufti moen a Jaish-E-Mohammed instructor from peshawar and improvisers explosive device-fabrication expert Usman Ghani was also killed.

Indian Air Force officials have asserted that that synthetic aperture radar — which provides finer spatial resolution than conventional beam-scanning radar — reveals that they destroyed four target buildings below the ridge, where the Jaish-e-Muhammad has several buildings, including a seminary.

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