Television channels on Monday put out more proofs on damages caused by the airstrikes on the Balakot terror camp on February 26.
Republic TV played an audio tape, in which a person, who seemed to be familiar with Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists, provides a firsthand account of the post strike scenario. He is heard saying that the Pakistan Army took over Balakot, mobile phones of people were snatched, and the internet was shutdown to prevent circulation of photos and videos.
The gory details divulged on the tape include drawing petrol from cars, burning bodies, and disposing them of in the nearby Kunhar river.
The person also gave out several names, which included that of a software specialist, video specialist and IED specialist, who were present in the camp.
India Today TV played an audio tape of a sting operation by its journalists. Their conversation with several people confirm four explosions in Balakot on February 26. The sting also uncovers Paksitan’s attempt to hush up the crash of F16 fighter jet after being shot down by Indian Air Force jets, among other things.
At the same time Times Now put out yet another set of proofs that gives the profiles of 263 terrorists, who were present at the camp at the time of airstrikes. The number includes 18 senior commanders and 25 trainees for fidayeen attacks. And their training had begun on February 25.
These undeniable proofs apart, some top political leaders, have continued to question the veracity of the Airstrikes. Today, Maharashtra MLC Haribhau Rathod claimed even an ant was not killed in the airstrikes.
Earlier leaders from Congress party, including Kapil Sibal, Digvijay Singh, Navjot Singh Sidhu had raised doubts over the claim by the Indian Air Force about the pre-emptive non-military attack on Balakot terror camps.