Pulwama attack: India strikes back, bombs Pak terror camps


Indian Air Force dropped 1000 kg bombs on terror camps in Paksitan in the wee hours on February 26. The dare act came just 12 days after the heinous terror attack on CRPF jawans by Pakistan-sponsored terrorist group Jaish-e-Mohammed, leaving 40 of them dead in Pulwama, Jammu and Kashmir.

Indian Air Force had gone deep inside Pakistan territory to conduct the strikes decimating terror camps several places.


4 thoughts on “Pulwama attack: India strikes back, bombs Pak terror camps”

  1. But alas Paradise is in trouble. J&K issue is a brainchild of Paki Generals. Soon after the annexation of J&K with India, Paki army sent forces in the guise of tribals. After that unsuccessful and unnecessary attempt, Paki army kept interfering in a legitimate Indian state. Shameful treatment of East Pakistan citizens followed by genocide created Bangladesh. To avenge partition of erstwhile Pakistan, Paki army came out with ‘Bleed India with 1000 cuts’ theory. They started an insurgency in the Indian state of Punjab and failed. The blood of Indian PM Indira Gandhi remains on Paki army’s hands, and that would be avenged. After failing in Punjab, Paki army started an insurgency in J&K. They successfully displaced lakhs of Kashmiri Pundits from their rightful homes. Only converted Pundits remained in J&K. Paki army’s fake narrative keeps fluctuating between ‘J&K is part of Pakistan’ to ‘J&K’s freedom struggle’. Other than a few handful people, who have been brainwashed by Paki propaganda, the majority peace-loving J&K residents are indeed suffering. But strong and effective leadership in India would soon resolve the issue once for all.
    Regards. insightful.co.in

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