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Software expert, video editor among 263 Jaish men killed in Balakot, say reports

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Surabhi Pandey | Updated on: 11 Mar 2019, 02:26:07 PM
File photo of Jaish-e-Mohammed's Balakot terror camp.

File photo of Jaish-e-Mohammed's Balakot terror camp.

New Delhi:

Amid controversy over Balakot air strike proofs, latest media reports have released some ‘undeniable’ evidence that nails Pakistan’s lies. According tow two reports by Republic TV and Times Now, 263 terrorists were killed in the February 26 pre-dawn air strike. According to the report by the Republic TV, an unnamed eyewitness has revealed that those among killed included software expert, video editor, IED specialist. The Republic has also identified the terrorists killed in Balakot camp. Mainshah Abdar Zak, Lahore's Major Retd Havar Rana, Altaf Ali Chaudhary from Karachi, Mudassar Ali from Rawalpindi, Ustad Mohsin from Bahawalpur, Datta Khel's Tafail Dost were some of the terrorists killed in the IAF air strike.

Earlier, Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar’s brother Maulana Ammar blew the lid on Pakistan’s lie about Indian Air Force’s February 26 air strike in Balakot. In an audio message, which was posted on Twitter by Pakistani journalist Taha Siddiqui, the Jaish terrorist brazenly admits that Indian jets hit a school of Jihad in Balakot. A Times of India report said that the voice in the audio clip is that of Maulana Ammar. He was reportedly addressing a gathering in Peshawar on February 28, two days after the surgical strike. The Jaish commander also said that by returning Indian Air Force pilot Abhinandan Varthaman, Pakistan has turned its ‘victory into defeat.’

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First Published : 11 Mar 2019, 02:05:09 PM