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April 11, 2019

Envoys, foreign media visit Indian payloads release site

Peshawar

April 11, 2019

MANSEHRA: The government has given access to ambassadors of several countries and international media to Jaba near Balakot where Indian aircraft had released payloads and claimed that over 300 activists of Jaish-e-Mohammad were killed on February 26.

The ambassadors of several countries on Wednesday also visited the seminary which Indians had claimed to have targetted.

During the visit of international media and ambassadors, over 200 students were receiving Shariah and Quranic education there.

The Inter-Services Public Relations, just after the strike near Balakot, had denied any loss of life and property in the release of the payloads.

The residents of Jaba told the media that a local was slightly injured when a wall of his slum house caved in because of the jolt caused by the released payloads.

The media men and ambassadors reached the seminary after walking for almost an hour and 30 minutes on foot.

Though local and international media had visited the attacked site just after Indian aircraft released the payloads on February 26, it was the first visit by ambassadors of different countries where they witnessed some fallen trees and ditches.

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