Pakistan again actives the terror launch pad, 45 Militants waiting to infiltrate into India

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Even after the Air Strike of the Indian Air Force in Balakot, Pakistan is not in a mood to desist its terror activities. Due to high-temperature snow is melting and Pakistan has re-activated the terror launch pad at the international borderline and the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir. Not only that 45 terrorists waiting to infiltrate into India. After the Balakot Air Strike, Pakistan had closed the terror launch pad.

Times Now quoted defense sources as saying that most of the 45 terrorists who were waiting for infiltration in Kashmir are belongs to Jaish-e-Mohammed. Earlier, most of the Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists used to live in these launch pads. Jaish-e-Mohammed is a small organization and it will be easy for them to infiltrate compared to Lashkar-e-Taiba. These terrorists are hiding in the intruders in all sectors, including Gurez.

Let us tell you that the Indian Air Force had destroyed a terrorist camp of Jaish-e-Mohammad by air strikes in Balakot, Pakistan. According to the Air Force, many terrorists of Jaish were killed in this attack. And now militants associated with Jaish-e-Mohammad want to take revenge of Balakot airstrike. Not only this, on the efforts of India, recently Jaish's mastermind Masood Azhar has been declared an international terrorist.

There is a political debate about the number of terrorists killed in the Air strikes by the Indian Army in Balakot. Meanwhile, a foreign journalist has claimed that 130 to 170 terrorists of Jaish were killed in the action of the IAF. After the terrorist attack in Kashmir's Pulwama, the Air Force entered Pakistan and targeted terrorist camps. More than 40 CRPF jawans were martyred in the Pulwama attack. Jaish-e-Mohammed took responsibility for the attack.

It has been stated in the report that the army base of the Pakistani army and Junior Leader Academy is situated in Shinkari. The army sent the injured to the camp of Harkat-e-Mujahideen where the doctors of the Army treated them. The journalist claimed that 130 to 170 terrorists were killed in the air strikes and 20 died during treatment. The treatment of 45 injured people is still underway in the HuM camp.

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