Indian Air Force Bombs Terror Camps in POK, Pakistan Army responds


    LIVE UPDATE: Pakistan spokespersons respond to the Indian Air Strike In POK

    Indian Air Force on Monday morning carried out a bombing run across the border in Pakistan Administered Kashmir, POK. The Bombing run was targeting terror camps and launch pad in the Pakistan Administered Kashmir POK in Pakistan. The Strikes were carried out by the Indian Air Force’s Mirage 2000 at 3:30 am. The Air Force’s Mirage 2000 used a1,000 kg Laser guided bomb were used to target and destroy terrorist camps across the border.

    The Indian Strike comes in response to the Pulwama Terror Attack in which more than 40 Central Reserve Police Force CRPF personnel were killed. Pakistan based terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed claimed responsibility for this attack and warned Indian People to expect more such attacks.

    This strike comes 2 weeks after the Pulwama terror attack and the goal of it is to target those terror camps across the border, to render those camps useless. These terror camps act as a forward launching base for terrorists to send attacker, suicide bombers and weapons across the border and into the Kashmir region of India.

    Pakistan has responded to these bombing runs and although Pakistan has totally dined the effectiveness of the bombing run, it was likely to be expected. Major General Asif Ghafoor in a tweet said the Bombing runs were ineffective.

    Omar Abdullah, scion of one of the most prominent political families of Jammu and Kashmir and former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir came out with support for the Strike and asked people to wait for the official words to get more details on the Attack.