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Monday, 14 October 2019 4.11 PM IST

Ultimate proof of IAF air strikes? Pakistan Army officer talks about ‘martyrdom’ of 200 Mujahids

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WASHINGTON: A US-based activist from Gilgit has claimed that after the IAF air strikes bodies of more than 200 militants were shifted to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa from Balakot. There have been reports in the Urdu media about some bodies being transported from Balakot to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and tribal areas of Pakistan after India’s anti-terror strike, claimed Senge Hasnan Sering. 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."

Talking to ANI, Sering says that he is not sure about the authenticity of this video but adds that Pakistan is “definitely hiding something very important that has happened in Balakot.”

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.

To jog the readers’ memory, Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, after the IAF air strike on Balakot had said that Pakistan will take the international media to the area of strikes but right now, the weather is bad.

Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale without giving exact numbers had said that the air strikes resulted in the elimination of "a large number of terrorists".

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