India Well Prepared For Any Further Terror Attacks
From an official source of information which arrived earlier on Tuesday, it mentioned that India will have "all options" available in case there is another strike and also constant pressure will be insisted on the Pakistan government for concrete steps on dismantling terror infrastructure.
The piece of information also consisted of the information that is shared to the US government about the evidence of the use of F-16 fighter jet by Pakistan during the retaliatory aerial combat and showed confidence about the investigation carried out by US government.
Since the Balakot strike, India is looking keen on building immense pressure on Pakistan on the issue of terrorism. It was understood that India contains greater position in the international community which is not about India-Pakistan issue but about terrorism prevailing, sources mentioned.
Pakistan will go into a terrible situation if the UN bans JeM chief Masood Azhar as the Pakistan foreign ministers agreed that he resides in the country.
On Monday, the Indian Air Force has kept all its bases in western sector on maximum alert after India carried out a strike on the biggest terrorist training camp of JeM in Pakistans Balakot on February 26th.
On the next day after the Balakot attack, Pakistan efforts to retaliate the Indian attack but went in vain.
India's airstrike, which the government had called a non-military action, followed a terror attack on a CRPF convoy in Pulwama, J&K on February 14th in which 40 personnel were killed.