The New India Strikes Again: Strike {2.0}

Indian Air Force, Strike 2.0, LOC

The Indian Air Force attacked the town of Balakot on the morning of 26 February. Balakot is in the Mansehra District of Pakistan. According to reports, Balakot had a number of terrorist training camps. According to sources, the terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammed operated from this region.

The Indian Air Force successfully crossed the LOC on the morning of February 26 and conducted airstrikes on the terrorist training camps in the Balakot region. The attacks were well planned and executed at 3:30 am. The Air Force used the Mirage 2000 aircraft to execute the attacks. 1000kg bombs were dropped at terrorist camps killing more than 300 terrorists.

According to sources, all terrorist launchpads were ravaged in the region of Balakot, Chakothi, and Muzaffarabad. The Indian Air Force managed to demolish all Jaish-e-Mohammad control rooms as well.

Today’s strike by the Indian Airforce not only struck in Chukoti and Muzaffarabad which is located close to the Line of Control but went deep into Pakistani air space and destroyed terrorist camps in the Balakot sector. To make it simple, the Indian Air Force not only crossed LOC but attacked Pakistan. As Indians, we salute our soldiers and congratulate the Indian Government for the successful operation.

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