A Pakistan military officer admitted to “martyrdom” of more than 200 militants during Indian strike on Balakot, a Gilgit activist, based in the US, tweeted on Wednesday. “[Army officer] Calls the terrorists Mujahid who receive special favours/ sustenance from Allah as they fight to support Pakistan government [against enemies]. Vows to support families,” Senge Hasnan Sering tweeted.
PIC.1: Gilgit activist
There were enough evidence where one could speculate with confidence that the Balakot strike by the Indian Air Force was successful and Pakistan has not been able to prove otherwise since it has not enabled the international media or national media to visit the site.
#Pakistan military officer admits to "martyrdom" of more than 200 militants during Indian strike on #Balakot. Calls the terrorists Mujahid who receive special favors/ sustenance from Allah as they fight to support PAK government [against enemies]. Vows to support families pic.twitter.com/yzcCgCEbmu
— #SengeSering ས།ཚ། (@SengeHSering) March 13, 2019
Earlier, an Italian journalist had claimed that Pakistan army carried away at least 35 dead bodies from the spot.
The IAF, using its Mirage 2000 fighter jets, carried out the strike on the major training camp of Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) days after the terror outfit orchestrated a suicide attack on a CRPF convoy at Pulwama, killing 40 jawans.