The Indian Air Force fighter aircraft crossed the Line of Control into Pakistan in the early hours of the destruction of a large terrorist terrorist camp as Air Strike by India 2019.
A Pakistani military spokesman, claimed that although Indian planes had crossed into the neighboring country, they were intercepted by the Pakistan Air Force and “hastily released” near Balakot without injuries.
The IAF sources said a group of Indian Mirage 2000 fighters bombed a terrorist camp across the LoC and were completely destroyed at 03:30 hours on 26 February called Air Strike by India 2019.
The camp was completely destroyed, sources said. Pakistani Major General Asif Ghafoor confirmed that the Indian jets had crossed the line of communication and cut off their cargo in Balakot.
The air raids were in retaliation for the lousy attack by an SLA suicide bomber on a convoy of the central reserve police force in Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir earlier this month, which killed at least 40 soldiers.
The Israeli Air Force is believed to have used laser-guided bombs in the 21-minute air strike. According to preliminary estimates, some 300 terrorists are believed to have been killed in the air strike and said as Air Strike by India 2019.
Indian intelligence services have been monitoring up to 13 launch pads for the past few days, sources said. These hats include those destroyed by the Indian Air Force (IAF) in Balakot.
The attack by Indian troops comes less than two weeks after the terrorist attack in Pulama in Jammu and Kashmir by a Pakistani-based terrorist group, where 40 members of the rights groups of persons with disabilities were killed for Air Strike by India 2019.