Francesca Marino, an Italian journalist, has reported that up to 170 Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists were killed in the Balakot airstrike conducted by the Indian Air Force on February 26, 2019.
Italian journalist Francesca Marino has revealed that Balakot Air Strikes by IAF killed upto 170 terrorists and 45 are still in hospital
An Italian journalist has made a big disclosure about the Indian Air Force’s attack in Balakot, Pakistan on February 26, 2019. After the fidayeen attack on CRPF convoy in Jammu & Kashmir’s Pulwama, India did an air strike in Balakot.
After the strike, several opposition parties including the Congress have been questioning the veracity of the strikes. Meanwhile, Italian journalist Francesca Marino has made a shocking revelation and surprised the world by publishing the complete details of the air strikes in StringerAsia (http://www.stringerasia.it), an Italian online magazine. Marino wrote that “Indian Air Force attacked at 3:30 in the morning and according to my information, Pakistani army unit from Shinkiari base camp arrived at the location of the strike around 6 am”. Marino further writes, “Many injured were brought to the Pakistan Army Hospital. According to local sources, 45 people are still being treated in the Army camp hospital. 20 people have died during the treatment.”
The Italian journalist said that those who have become healthy after treatment have been kept in the custody of the Pakistan Army and they have not been discharged from the hospital. “According to the information I have collected through scrutiny during several weeks, it can be said that many terrorists of Jaish-e-Mohammad have been killed in the attack. The number of dead can be as high as 130-170. There are also those people who died during the treatment.”, she categorically writes on the air strikes. Italian journalist Marino further writes that, “Jaish-e-Mohammed also made full arrangements for the families that were killed in this attack, but no information could be leaked out of their side. Jaish’s terrorists paid the compensation to the dead.”