New Delhi: Terror camps in Pakistan’s Balakot are being reactivated, the Centre said on Wednesday, months after the Indian Air Force (IAF) bombed the Jaish-e-Mohammad facility in retaliation to Pulwama terror attack.
In reply to a query by Congress’s Ahmed Patel, the Ministry of Home Affairs has said it has received inputs that indicate attempts being made by Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad to reactivate its camp at Balakot.
The government added terror groups were also trying to “restart their religious and Jihadi indoctrination courses” against India.
The government said, “India is committed to take all necessary measures to protect borders of the country and maintain its integrity and sovereignty.”
In September, Army chief General Bipin Rawat had said that Jaish-e-Mohammed’s terror facility in Pakistan’s Balakot had been reactivated.