Ready To Take Indian Journalists To Balakot: Asif Ghafoor

“We had no loss of lives or damage to infrastructure by an Indian air strike in Balakot in February, ” Asif Ghafoor Said while addressing the media in Rawalpindi on Monday.

Addressing to a media at the General Headquarters in Rawalpindi, boss military representative Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor rehashed his idea to encourage Indian writers on the off chance that they wished to visit Balakot to “see reality”.

The Indian government has said it struck a Jaish-e-Mohammed office at Balakot in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa area on February 26 in striking back for the February 14 suicide besieging by JeM at Pulwama that slaughtered 40 troops.

Pakistan, thusly, struck back with air strikes along the Line of Control on February 27, which set off an airborne commitment in which an Indian fly was shot down and its pilot caught.

Ghafoor said India has been “over and overlying” and Pakistan has not reacted. “For as far back as two months, India has lied. As a dependable nation, we have not reacted to their untruths,” he said.

He emphasized that the territory of Pakistan wasn’t connected to the Pulwama assault and that Prime Minister Imran Khan had required an examination dependent on proof just as exchange. In spite of India’s conflict that just a solitary one of its planes was brought down on February 27, Ghafoor again asserted two planes were shot down. He additionally rejected India’s conflict that a Pakistani F-16 was shot down.

Ghafoor likewise said India shouldn’t test Pakistan’s determination as the circumstance on the ground has changed since the 1971 war that prompted the formation of Bangladesh from East Pakistan. “This isn’t 1971, it isn’t that power or those conditions,” he stated, including Pakistan has been occupied with a “ceaseless battle for help to the Kashmiris”

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