‘Pakistan Is Hiding Something, Bodies Were Shifted After Indian Air Force’s Balakot Strike’: US Based Gilgit ActivistThe target Indian Air Force struk in Pakistan’s Balakot

Numerous reports have claimed that bodies were being transported from Balakot to other parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and tribal areas of Pakistan following the anti-terror strike by India which came in retaliation to the Pulwama attack conducted by Pakistan based terror outfit- Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM).

"Pakistan military officer admits to 'martyrdom’ of more than 200 militants during Indian strike on #Balakot. Calls the terrorists Mujahid who receive special favours/ sustenance from Allah as they fight to support PAK government [against enemies]. Vows to support families," tweeted Senge Hasnan Sering, the United States-based activist from Gilgit.

Furthermore, Sering said that Pakistan is hiding something as International, as well as local media, have not been allowed to inspect the site and assess the damage there, reports Defence News.

However, the Islamic Republic continues to claim that the strike happened and it damaged the forest area and some farmland which gives Pakistan no reason to cordon off the field for such a long time and not allow the international media to have their opinion on the situation.

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