Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that enemies of humanity who can’t see India progress attacked Pathankot.
The attack on Pathankot Indian Air Force base this morning is the second terror strike in Punjab in six months. In the 13-hour gun-battle following the pre-dawn attack, three Air Force men have died. All five terrorists have been killed in Punjab’s Pathankot. The attack is suspected to have been carried out by the terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed. Sources say the attackers were from Bhawalpur in Pakistan and were ordered to blow up the helicopters stationed at the base.
Sources say the vehicle they used was the car of the Superintendent of Police of Gurdaspur hijacked in Pathankot yesterday.