Even as Imran Khan and Pakistan cry foul play over India's decision to strike down three terror bases of Jaish-e-Mohammed, countries from across the world have taken the side of India for taking steps to curb the menace called terrorism.
A host of countries expressed solidarity with India in the aftermath of the Pulwama terror attack, and the very same countries are still standing alongside India after it went into its neighboring country's territory and destroyed hubs of JeM.
France, one of India's closest ally, has supported India for its cross border attack, terming it as legitimate, while calling out Pakistan to not remain soft on terrorism and terror outfits hiding in its soil.
After expressing its support to India, the French government requested both India and Pakistan to exercise restraint so that the conflict between them doesn't get escalated into something even bigger
On the wee hours of Tuesday, the Indian armed forces took revenge for the Pulwama terror attack by destroying and demolishing three terror bases of Jaish-e-Mohammed - which was behind the February 14 attack.
Conducting an operation at the pre-dawn on February 26, the Indian Air Force used 16 Mirage 2000, loaded with laser-guided bombs, and went inside the enemy's territory and struck the heart of terrorism. Three bases, including the one in Balakot, were ripped into pieces within 17 minutes.