Surgical Strike 2: Indian Air Force Strikes JeM Camps in Pakistan Days After Pulwama Attack, Pak Officials Cry Intrusion
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New Delhi, February 26: In a major breakthrough, the Indian Air Force (IAF) on  Tuesday launched surgical strike-2 on the Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) camps in Pakistan. At least 200-300 terrorists have reportedly been killed in the attack by IAF. Earlier, Pakistani Major General Asif Ghafoor said that the Indian Air Force (IAF) aircraft violated Line of Control (LoC) and entered Muzaffarabad in Pakistan. However, the major said that the Indian aircrafts went back after the Pakistan  Air Force immediately reacted. Curiously, the tweet by the Pakistani major ended with more "details to follow." Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Yavatmal: Sacrifices of Jawans Won't Go in Vain, Says PM on Pulwama Terror Attack.

According to details by IAF Sources, as many as 12 Mirage 2000 jets took part in the operation that dropped 1000 Kg bombs on terror camps across LOC, thus completely destroying it. The strike comes after reports of ceasefire violation from Pakistan dominated news headlines for the past three days and the dastardly attack on the Indian CRPF jawans in which as many as 40 CRPF personnel were martyred and over a dozen seriously injured. Pulwama Attack: PM Narendra Modi Warns Pakistan, Says Terrorists Will Pay Heavy Price for Suicide Attack on CRPF Jawans.

Read the Pakistan Major General Asif Ghafoor's Tweet Below:

Another tweet by the Major read, "Indian Air Force violated Line of Control. Pakistan Air Force immediately scrambled. Indian aircrafts gone back..."

News Agency ANI tweeted informing about the IAF action:

Watch the Video Below to Know All About the Indian Air Force Operation in Pakistan:

Tensions between India and Pakistan have reached "dangerous levels" after the Pulwama terror attack on Indian CRPF jawans on February 14. Over 40 jawans were martyred and dozen seriously injured in the attack on Indian CRPF convoy. Pakistan based terrorist organisation Jaish-e-Mohammed claimed responsibility for the attack. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had promised the families of martyrs that India would give a befitting reply to Pakistan and terrorists involved in the dastardly attack.