The India army has invaded the borders of Pakistan and has reportedly bombed the administration office located in Pakistan. In the Kashmir border locations of Poonch and Jalala, earlier, Pakistan armed forced had interfered and had bombed and attacked, and in a retaliatory act, now Indian army has invaded Pakistan borders and has attacked the Pakistan central administration office.
Now, the video of this massive attack by the Indian army has been released by the NIA news agency, and this video has become viral flashed over news media and on social media. In September 2016, Indian army had crossed the borders and launched a massive attack on Pakistan, and however Pakistan had denied being attacked by India, and then, no video evidence was shared.
However, now in the video shared, there are massive bombings, with huge smoky atmosphere all around, confirming an Indian attack on Pakistan; however there is no official confirmation from the governments of both nations.
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