Many statements break from Pakistan, and it has profoundly humiliated Pakistan’s Govt. In a Pakistani Urdu channel, Former Pakistan’s senior-most diplomats Agha Hilaly conceded that over three hundred militants had died in the Balakot airstrike on 26th Feb 2 years ago.
Former Pakistani diplomat Agha Hilal, who consistently takes the Pakistan Armed force side of television shows, conflicts with the zero deaths statement made by Pakistan around then. Not long after IAF had done an airstrike at a Jaish-e-Mohammad militant camp at Balakot in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa region, Islamabad, save himself from international media, they had would not recognize militants who were died during the airstrike.
The Balakot airstrike was considering the severe bombarding against the Central Reserve Police Force in Pulwama, which killed forty soldiers and shocked the country. The JeM militant group claimed the attack on CRPF.
“India crossed the borderline and did an act of war where three hundred militants were accounted for dead. Our goal was not the same as theirs. We focused on their high command in the region. That was our genuine goal since they are men of the military. We subconsciously accepted that a surgical strike a limited action did not result in any casualty. Now we have subconsciously told them that, whatever they will do, we’ll do only that much and won’t escalate,” said Agha Hilaly.
This disclosure by Agha Hilaly comes a very long time after the comments of PML pioneer Ayaz Sadiq, in Pakistan’s National Assembly, stated that Mahmood Qureshi had brought up that if Islamabad didn’t deliver IAF pilot Abhinandan, India would attack Pakistan by 9 pm. Agha Hilaly had uncovered why the Pakistani government let go of the IAF pilot Abhinandan.