India Air strike Kills 300 Militants in Pakistan Land
Taking major revenge of the Pulwama terror attack that happened last week, the Indian forces on Tuesday dropped 1000kg bombs on terror camps across the Line of Control destroying the camps totally. According to the reports, the bombs were dropped at 3:30am on Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) terror module which was master mind of the deadly Pulwama attack that killed more than 50 Indian soldiers.
This courageous act by the Indian Air Force has been appreciated by millions of citizens across the country and the country’s Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi is receiving appreciation from the entire nation after his extreme step which again proved that the country is in “in safe hands” as announced by him during a rally in Rajasthan soon after India announced that it had conducted a pre-emptive strike on the terrorist group Jaish–e-Mohammed (JeM) in Pakistan.
The Indian government has been repeatedly urging Pakistan to take action against JeM to stop Jihadis from getting trained and armed inside Pakistan but no action has been take so far by the concerned authorities. Moreover, Pakistan denied its role and said that it does not provide safe haven to militants. As per the intelligence reports it was disclosed that the JeM was planning another suicide terror attack across the country and the Jihadis were being trained for the same purpose. To overcome the imminent danger, a pre-emptive strike is the absolutely necessity and need of the hour to take revenge of the lives of innocent soldiers who were killed brutally during the Pulwana attack.
This bravery act by the Narender Modi led government have got support from all the political parties and the different parties have stood together to end the common menace of terrorism. The surgical strikes after RRI and now air strikes in self-defense clearly indicates all the nations across the world that the Indian soldiers can go to any extent to maintain the safety and security of the country.
The last time IAF crossed the LoC and used the Mirage aircraft was at the time of 1971 war; even during the 1999 Kargil war as well the IAF did not crossed over to the LoC. But this time after the Pulwana terror attack, IAF crossed over Line of Control (LoC) and destroyed the JeM, LeT and Hizbul Mujahideen training camps. 12 Mirage aircrafts were used to drop 1000 kilograms of bombs on the terror launch pads across the Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) killing almost 300 militants.