Republic has accessed the map of terror camps across the LoC smashing the lies propagated by Pakistan PM Imran Khan that there are no terror organisations in his country. This comes a day after the 74th United Nations General Assembly at New York, United States. Having failed to internationalise the Kashmir issue, despite a recent desperate attempt at the UNGA, Pakistan has continued to resort to terrorism to push its agenda on Kashmir. Recently, Indian Army chief General Bipin Rawat had also said that terror launchpads were reactivated at Balakot which was the site of India's Air Strike in February.
The launchpads are believed to be set up across LoC in southern Kashmir, as per sources. The regions where the launchpads are believed to be present are Sher Khan, Domel, Shardai, Kel, Dudgai, Toabat, Sardari. Pakistan has been attempting to push terrorists via Shardai and Kel into Kupwara, as also seen in a video released by the Indian Army on Friday. Sources also say that the Indian intel agencies have seen the movement of terrorists at these camps.
Almost seven months after India struck the Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) training camp in Balakot in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan, Chief of army staff General Bipin Rawat on Monday had said that the terror camp has been reactivated. While speaking at the Officers Training Academy, Chennai, General Rawat said that the terror camp of Balakot was destroyed after the Indian Air Force struck it in February. However, he said that Balakot has become functional again, justifying the Indian army's action in the area. Moreover, the COAS said that Pakistan must be left guessing about India's next action against terror groups operating on its soil.
India showed the mirror to Pakistan in its Right to Reply exercise on Saturday with regards to Pakistan PM Imran Khan's anti-India narrative in his speech at the 74th United Nations General Assembly in New York. Vidisha Maitra, First Secretary MEA delivered India's right of reply early on Saturday. In her address, she exposed Pakistan's lie where PM Imran Khan had said that there were no terrorist organisations in its soil. First Secretary Maitra posed the question to Khan about Pakistan's open support to terrorism in its own land and asked if the country can deny that it is home to hundreds of terrorists. Read the excerpt from her speech below.