India avenges Pulwama attack, IAF jets hit Jaish terror camps in PoK

Twelve days after the Pulwama terror attack, India avenged the Pakistan-backed carnage, with Indian Air Force jets pounding terror camps run by Jaish e-Mohammed in the Pakistan-controlled Kashmir.
In an audacious and well-planned operation, twelve fighter jets of IAF crossed across Line of Control and destroyed Jaish terror camps in Balakot, Chakothi and Muzaffarabad sectors in the Paksitan-controlled Kashmir.
Pakistan has denied any casualties or destruction of infrastructure.
The government is set to officially announce the air operation to punish Pakistan for its complicity in the Pulwama terror carnage that killed 40 troops of the Central Reserve Police Force.

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