INDIA ADMITS TO NO PAKISTANI CASUALTIES IN BALAKOT STRIKE

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INDIA ADMITS TO NO PAKISTANI CASUALTIES IN BALAKOT STRIKE
INDIA ADMITS TO NO PAKISTANI CASUALTIES IN BALAKOT STRIKE

Pakistan and India just passed another period of extreme tension and there were claims made on both sides. However, while on the Pakistani sides there was proof to be presented to international media, India had nothing of the sort. Despite that, India made claims regarding the Balakot strike of having Pakistani casualties but nothing was confirmed and Pakistanis claimed to have no losses. In this midst of all this uncertainty and claims and threats, the situation became vulnerable and volatile. However, cool heads eventually sorted the situation out.

And now, India seems to have made their statement regarding the false claims.

The Army was told to target only the terror camps of the Jaish-e-Mohammad, which had taken the responsibility for the Pulwama attack. And our Army did the same without harming any Pakistani citizen or soldier.

The statement was released by India contradicting with its earlier claims.

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India backtracked on its claims on Thursday when India’s External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj finally acknowledged the truth and said, while addressing a women’s rally in Ahmadabad, that no Pakistani soldier or citizen died in the air strike carried out by IAF across the border in Balakot.The country claimed that a large number of ‘terrorists’ were killed during the strike. However, Pakistan debunked their false claims, while pictures and videos from the location of the targeted site of alleged air strike exposed their India’s misleading claims.

The DG ISPR took to his Twitter and wrote that truth has finally been revealed ‘underground reality compulsions’. He added that hopefully India would also come clean about false claims it has made in the past too.“Hopefully, so will be about other false Indian claims [such as] surgical strike of 2016, denial of shooting down of two Indian Air Force [IAF] jets by Pakistan Air Force and claims about F16. Better late than never,” DG ISPR added.

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