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A month after the air strikes by the Indian Air Force on Jaish-e-Mohammad training camps in the Balakot, Pakistan Army took a group of journalists in the area, sources in the government have said. A team of scribes was taken to the spot on March 28 (Thursday), they said.


Updated: June 18, 2020 2:20:03 pm
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A month after the air strikes by the Indian Air Force on Jaish-e-Mohammad training camps in the Balakot, Pakistan Army took a group of journalists in the area, sources in the government have said. A team of scribes was taken to the spot on March 28 (Thursday), they said.

A month after the air strikes by the Indian Air Force on Jaish-e-Mohammad training camps in the Balakot, Pakistan Army took a group of journalists in the area, sources in the government have said. A team of scribes was taken to the spot on March 28 (Thursday), they said.

A month after the air strikes by the Indian Air Force on Jaish-e-Mohammad training camps in the Balakot, Pakistan Army took a group of journalists in the area, sources in the government have said. A team of scribes was taken to the spot on March 28 (Thursday), they said.

Intelligence sources told The Indian Express that over 300 children at a JeM madrasa in the area were still found to be present. Journalists escorted by the Pak army met the children and made videos, they said, adding that the area is protected by Frontier Corp of Pak Army..

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AF conducted an air strike at JeM training camps in PoK’s Balakot before dawn on February 26. A day after the strikes, IAF Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman was captured by the Pakistani Army on February 27 after his MiG-21 Bison jet was shot down in a dogfight with Pakistani jets during an aerial combat. He downed an F-16 fighter of Pakistan before his plane was hit. Varthaman was released on the night of March 1 by Pakistan.

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AF conducted an air strike at JeM training camps in PoK’s Balakot before dawn on February 26. A day after the strikes, IAF Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman was captured by the Pakistani Army on February 27 after his MiG-21 Bison jet was shot down in a dogfight with Pakistani jets during an aerial combat. He downed an F-16 fighter of Pakistan before his plane was hit. Varthaman was released on the night of March 1 by Pakistan.

Pakistan also said that it could not establish any links between the 54 people detained by its investigative agencies and the Pulwama attack. Pakistan Foreign Ministry’s statement came a month after India handed a dossier on the Jaish-e-Mohammad’s involvement in the February 14 Pulwama attack.

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First published on: 29-03-2019 at 05:54:51 pm
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