Indian Air Force Crushes Terrorist Camps, Avenges Pulwama Attack Martyrs!
19 Minutes, 12 Jets, And Big Target!
Soon after 12 days of Pulwama attack, 12 Air Force Mirage fighter jets have struck at terrorist targets in Pakistan in retaliation.
According to The Economics Times, the Indian Air Force carried out an air strike at terrorist targets in Pakistan. In an operation that happened around early morning today destroyed a training camp of the JeM, the group that had carried out a suicide attack, killing more than 40 CRPF jawans on 14 February.
The group of Mirage 2000 Indian Fighter jets dropped multiple 1,000 kg bombs on Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist camps across the Line of Control in Muzafarabad in retaliation for the Pulwama attack.
The Indian Air Force has put all air defense systems along the international border and LoC on high alert to react to any possible action by Pakistan Air Force.
Here's how Indians took twitter to express their views:
Make no mistake. This is a totally justified, appropriate & proportional act of self defense by India against Pakistan, a state sponsor of terrorism, who repeatedly attacks India & wages a Taliban proxy war against Afghanistan. India did the world a favor.https://t.co/vIwtCTj8Gw— Lawrence Sellin (@LawrenceSellin) February 26, 2019
For the first time since 1971, #IndianAirForce jets have bombed 1000kgs beyond the line of control outside India.— Son Of Mother Nature (@Masthan_Ammr) February 26, 2019
Now that's HISTORIC!
This is not even a #Surgicalstrike2, It is a clear attack on terrorist camps run deep inside Pakistan controlled borders.
How is the Josh? pic.twitter.com/sjvIF1KyPF
Great job by the #IndianAirForce. The #IAFStrikes have sent the much needed signal to Pakistan and the terrorists it’s harbouring - don’t think you can get away with acts like the #PulwamaAttack. Bravo to the #IAF men and my full support for the action.— Capt.Amarinder Singh (@capt_amarinder) February 26, 2019
Even if #AirStrike in #Balakot across line of control in POK and not namesake in KPK (details awaited on this) a huge huge ops and a huge statement by India. First use of air power by India across line of control since 1971. @IAF_MCC congratulations and God bless. #PulwamaAttack— barkha dutt (@BDUTT) February 26, 2019
The 35-year Pak Army/ISI fantasy of bleeding India with a thousand cuts, using expendable proxies as gun-fodder has ended. They have to make a hard choice now: find peace with India, or blunder into an escalatory cycle. Low-cost options are over.— Shekhar Gupta (@ShekharGupta) February 26, 2019
We’ve entered a whole new paradigm with the Balakote air strike. The post Uri strike was to avenge our losses, Balakote was a “preemptive strike to prevent an imminent JeM attack”. Totally new ballgame.— Omar Abdullah (@OmarAbdullah) February 26, 2019