Pakistan PM Imran Khan, his government and his army had been boasting that the airstrike conducted by Indian Air Force hadn't caused any damage to any kind of property in the country, and instead suggested that the the missiles that were released landed in forest cover after the Pakistan Air Force retaliated.
But each and every one of Pakistan's lies were exposed on Wednesday when Republic TV accessed the before attack and after attack images of the Balakot terror camp, one of the three targeted areas by the IAF, which clearly showed that the missiles had hit the intended target, that too with 100% accuracy.
In the visuals which Republic Media examined, one main camp building, a large ground in front of it and buildings to the north existed before the operation was conducted. Though, all those were destroyed and demolished by the Mirage 2000 jets of the IAF, evidence of which can be seen in the after attack visuals.
On February 26, just a few hours after the IAF conducted the airstrike, a spooked Pakistan denied any such attack to have taken place and tried to term it is a failure of the Indian jets.
One after the another, Pakistan tried to peddle lies to save its face on the global arena. But every time, their falsehood was exposed with facts and proofs.
A day after India's airstrike, Pakistani F-16 jets infiltrated Indian airspace and tried to attack military establishments. Imran Khan's government denied going on the offensive, but the false claims were exposed when debris of missile of the F-16s were found to be on the Indian soil.
Pakistan had claimed that it shot down two Indian MiG 21 jets and detained two Indian pilots during the air confrontation. But it was found to be that only one MiG 21 was shot down and Wing Commander Abhinandan was the only IAF pilot taken into custody.
Further, Pakistan government had accused India of lying that IAF shot down one F-16 in the process. Yet again, it proved to be false after debris of F-16 were found in Pakistan territory.