A few days after India’s airstrikes on Jaish-e-Mohammed’s largest terrorist camp, Pakistan on Friday filed a report against “unknown pilots” of the Indian Air Force for bombing Balakot and destroying 19 trees. This information was given in the media reports. The Forest Department on Friday filed an FIR against the pilots of the Indian Air Force on charges of dropping bombs and destroying trees in the Balakot area, ‘Express News’ reported.
Accordingly, the FIR has been lodged against unknown pilots of “Indian Air Force”. It details the damage caused in the attack. According to it, Indian fighter jets dropped their payloads in haste causing damage to 19 trees. On 26 March, India said that the Air Force’s combat aircraft in Balak in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province in view of the imminent threat Attacked from the air in the town.
Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale had said in a statement in New Delhi, “On the basis of intelligence, early today, India destroyed the largest training camp of Jaish in Balakot. A large number of Jaish terrorists, trainers, senior commanders and several groups of jihadis being trained there for the purpose of a fidayi attack were killed in this operation. Used to be the brother-in-law of Masood Azhar, the chief of Jaish.
The Pakistan Army has said that the fighters of the Indian Air Force dropped their payloads in the “open area”. Immediately after the Indian attack, Pakistan Army spokesman Major General Asif Ghafur tweeted, “No structures were damaged and No casualties were reported. The Express News reported that Pakistan lodged a complaint with the United Nations accusing India of “eco-terrorism”. Creating Ane plan.
Indian warplanes dropped bombs on the mountain top of Jabba Top. It is located near the northern city of Balakot, about 40 km from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. Pakistan’s Climate Change Minister Malik Amin Aslam had said that Indian fighter jets dropped bombs on the “green forest area” and the government was assessing the damage done to the environment due to this, complaining to the United Nations and other forums Will form the basis
Aslam was quoted in the news as saying, “Everything that happened is ecological terrorism, in which many trees have fallen.” This has caused serious damage to the environment. “The news cites UN General Assembly resolution 47/37 as stating that” damage to the environment “cannot be justified by the need for military action, according to the United Nations. The ruthlessness it did is clearly contrary to current international law.