After revealing Pakistan's locks with terror outfits, Republic TV through an inside source has accessed #BalakotTapes that now divulge the neighbour's denial IAF preemtive strikes on Jaish-e-Mohammed terror camps.
On Wednesday, Republic TV accessed the visual proof that showed the impact of the missile. Now, the inside source has made some explosive disclosures from naming the decimated Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists to the Pakistan Army atrocities following that.
Among the dead were- an IED expert who was called 'Engineer Rana', a former Major, a software expert Rana Mohsin Ali and a special video editor.
He said, "In the recent strike by the Indian forces in Balakot, whoever was targeted, I know almost all of them. Most of those who have been killed are linked to Jaish-e-Mohammed. Almost all those who have been killed are from Jaish-e-Mohammed, almost all of them. I'm going to share some of their names, please keep them in mind."
After confirming their links with JeM, the secret source named the terrorists killed by the IAF precision strikes:
"Mainshah Abdar Zak, Lahore's Major Retd Havar Rana, Altaf Ali Chaudhary from Karachi, Mudassar Ali from Rawalpindi, Ustad Mohsin from Bahawalpur, Datta Khel's Tafail Dost. Two brothers from Dhannu Ali Khatak and Bahadur Khatak. They were two brothers who have been killed. A top commander of Jaish from Gujranwala has been killed. He was a crucial Jaish leader. Software expert Rana Mohsin Ali, Mianwali's Tafiq Umar, Moin Ali, Sardar Suhail, Dera Ghazi Khan's Capt Retd Mushtaq, Mandi Bawaldeen's Sheheryaar Deen, a special video editor from model town in Karachi's Tahir Ali Sheikh. An IED expert from Dera Ismail Khan called 'Engineer Rana'. I have only named a few of them till now. These are the names I am aware of. These are the name I have details about," he said.
Pakistan's love affair with terror has been an age-old tale, with the country's history of fostering varied terror outfits, here are some of them are:
Indian Air Force's counter-terrorism strikes were targetted on the perpetrators of Pulwama terror attack, the Jaish-e-Mohammed, a group founded by Masood Azhar, earlier was under the title Harkat-ul-Mujahideen and has been linked to Al-Qaeda.