Airstrike: 19 loss of trees, a crime against India by Pakistan
Claiming that 19 trees have been damaged by the Indian Air Force bombing in Balakot, Pakistan has filed a case against the Indian Air Force’s unknown pilot.
Claiming that 19 trees have been damaged by the Indian Air Force bombing in Balakot, Pakistan has filed a case against the Indian Air Force’s unknown pilot. On February 26, the Pakistan Air Force said in a statement that the loss of these trees was caused by the Indian Air Force attack.
According to the Express-News, Pakistan has registered a case against India’s unknown pilot. Pakistan is preparing to report to India against India. Pakistan has alleged that India has made us environmental terrorism. Indian Air Force blasted mountain areas of Balakaot’s Jaba Top. These aircraft targeted the reserve area of the forest area. Malik Amin Aslam, the minister of Pakistan’s government, said that there is a huge loss of the tree here.
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Whatever happened in Balakot is environmental terrorism. Due to air strikes, the trees have suffered a lot. Many trees have collapsed. So, the environment is a big blow. According to the UN General Assembly proposal, the Indian Air Force’s air strikes are violating international rules.