Republic's secret source has called out Pakistan's sham and for sheltering terror outfits in an explosive three-minute tape.
Pakistan has maintained to deny any harm on their soil by the IAF counter-terror airstrikes on Jaish-e-Mohammed terror camps.
However, Republic's secret source and eye-witness to the occurrence disclosed the Pakistan Army's endeavour to wipe out evidence and cover-up the strike
In an audio-clip, he revealed that although the number of terrorists decimated are still not known, but Pakistan Army has taken over Balakot burnt the bodies and dumped in the Kunhar river. He also revealed that the survivors were moved from Balakot to the Waziristan-Afghanistan border.
He said, "They got petrol out of cars and used it to burn the bodies. The remaining bodies were put in sacks and were dumped in the Kunhar river. Do you understand? They dumped the bodies in the river so that there is no proof available in the future. Even after they tried to cover up the matter, people have videos which they are circulating. It seems as if after the Indian strike, believe me, Jaish-e-Mohammed and ISI are rattled."
"They have moved all their men Waziristan-Afghanistan border. Do you understand? Since the strike, they shifted all their men from here and sent them to the Afghanistan-Waziristan border. If there is another strike by India at the Pakistani army camps, they will have no place to hide. We believe that if the Indian army continues to target the terror camps and continues to kill terrorists, soon we will be free of terror," he added.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has repeatedly asked India for 'evidence' of the IAF air-strike, meanwhile, on the sidelines continued to back terror-outfits to thrive on their soil and the Pak government has admitted to be in contact with the terrorist and his terror organisation, who claimed responsibility for the ghastly Pulwama terror attack.
Jaish-e-Mohammed that was founded by the aid of Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden and Afghan Taliban by Masood Azhar continues to live under the blanket of protection in Pakistan, similar to 26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed and others who have alleged links with Pakistan's ISI.