Balakot Air Strike : Pakistan and India has different versions about the damage caused by the Air strike

Both Pakistan and India have confirmed that Indian military aircrafts entered Pakistan territory and dropped explosives near #Balakot. However both sides are putting out different versions about the damage caused by the strike.Indian Air Force has put on high alert all air defence systems along the international border and LoC to respond to any possible action by Pakistan Air Force.

India says its jets strike 'terror camps' inside Pakistan, Pakistani military downplays Tuesday's strike across LoC, saying no casualties or damage caused by the raids.The confrontation follows a growing rift between the arch-foes since a February 14 bombing in the disputed Kashmir region, claimed by a Pakistani-based armed group, Jaish-e-Mohammad.

New Delhi blamed Islamabad, which denies having a role in the attack that left at least 42 Indian paramilitary forces dead.

"This is a violation of the Line of Control, and Pakistan reserves the right to a reasonable response and the right to self defence," said Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi in a short statement ahead of a meeting with Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Indian Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale gives press conference confirming a “pre-emptive strike”

Foreign Secretary, Vijay Gokhale says on Feb 14, a suicide terror attack was carried out by JeM in J&K. JeM responsible for Parliament & Pathankot attacks. #India has struck the biggest training camp of JeM in #Balakot; Strike took place on terror camps in Pakistan

Update : Sushma Swaraj has convened an All Party Meeting today, 26 February at 5 PM at JNB.

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