More than 40 days after Indian Air Force carried out aerial strikes on Jaish-e-Mohammed terror camp in Balakot, the Director General of Pakistan's Inter-Services Public Relations (DG IPSR) took defence attaches to the strike site in an apparent attempt to prove that nothing happened there.
According to sources, the ISPR took more than a dozen officials, including five to six women, by helicopter at Batarsi and then on vehicle before walking up to Jabba Top.
India, after the aerial strikes on terror camps inside Pakistan on February 26, had said that it killed a large number of terrorists even as Pakistan called the claim "reckless" but said that it will respond "at the time and place of its choosing."
Sources said, on Wednesday Pakistan authorities took the defence attaches to a seminary with 130 students. The military officials took the entourage to four surrounding areas as well where Indian bombs probably landed.
Pakistan, as a face-saving exercise, is trying to deny any damage to Balakot JeM terror camp and claiming that it was a religious seminary, source said.
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