Amidst of rising speculations that Jaish-e-Mohammad chief Masood Azhar may have been killed in the air strikes done by the Indian Air Force in Balakot, the reports of which were later denied by the intelligence sources of Jaish, fresh reports on Times of India suggest that the Pakistan Army had shifted from its Rawalpindi base hospital to a Jaish camp in Goth Ganni in Bahwalpur at around 7:30 p.m. on Sunday.
Soon after Azhar was reportedly moved, Jaish lashed out at the Imran Khan government in a statement accusing it of giving in to the pressure created by India and the international community.
As per the reports, Azhar is stricken with a renal ailment and was being treated for the same at Rawalpindi Army hospital for numerous months.
Following the terror attack on a CRPF convoy that killed 40 of the CRPF jawans, Azhar was given 10 Pakistan Special Service Group commandos in the form of additional security cover, as per the sources.
In the statement issued on Sunday, Jaish stated that Azhar was alive and was doing well. It admitted that the Indian Air Force had struck at its training centre in Balakot, but refuted that it suffered any casualties. “India’s fighter jets, with Israeli guided missiles, attacked us but Allah’s angels diverted them and protected us”, Jaish stated.
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