High end proof for IAF strike! This video shows Pakistan Military claiming death of more than 200 JeM terrorist in Balakot
Source :NewsBharati   Date :14-Mar-2019

Islamabad, March 14: Although Pakistan tried to escape from the claims entitled on it to have hideout for militants in its country, the Pakistan military had a different story to share. As the world supported India’s retaliation of eliminating terrorists killed in the IAF strike, Pakistan Army was busy in shifting more than 200 militant bodies to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa from Balakot. In a video shared on social media, a Pakistan military officer admits to "martyrdom" of more than 200 terrorists during Indian strike on Balakot and vows to support their families. The officer can also be heard saying that “Mujahids receive special favours and sustenance from Allah as they fight to support the Pakistani government against enemies.”

 

The video has been shared by Senge Hasnan Sering from Gilgit Baltistan has claimed that the Pakistani military shifted bodies of the dead militants to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa from Balakot. The activist also shared a video on his Twitter handle where a Pakistan military officer admits to "martyrdom" of more than 200 terrorists during Indian strike on Balakot and vows to support their families. The officer can also be heard saying that “Mujahids receive special favours and sustenance from Allah as they fight to support the Pakistani government against enemies."

It is not unknown that Pakistan has been hiding their role in soiling terrorism in the country. Even after JeM chief Masood Azhar claimed responsibility of Pulwama Terror Attack, Pakistan still remained mum on his role and asked for evidence. Moreover, the country also played safe by shifting the terror group headquarters.

Asserting that India attacked Pakistan’s Balakot through airstrikes, there have been many evidences clearing the air on the authenticity of surgical strike on terrorist camps. The video shared by the activist only clears it more that Pakistan Military have a backhand on the terror outfits and are very well backing them to carry out proxy war especially against India. So far, Pakistan has not allowed international, as well as local media, to inspect the site and assess the damages there while it continues to claim that the strike happened but only damaged the forest area and some farmland.