New Delhi: In order to expose Pakistan at the global platform for shielding terrorists, India has prepared a detailed report of 16 terror facilities in Pakistan and Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK).

According to sources, these camps are not only used for physical training but specialised training is being given there on how to use high-tech gadgets.

According to the new intelligence report, there are a total of 16 active terror camps in Pakistan. All the terror facilities are in the vicinity of Pakistan army base and 11 of such camps are in PoK, closer to the Indian border to infiltrate into India. Of these 11, five are in Muzaffarabad, Kotli and Burnala regions of PoK.

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The other five camps active in Pakistan are located in Manshera and two in Punjab of Pakistan. The camps are present in Boi, Laka-e-Gair, Sherpai, Deolin, Khalid Bin Walid, Garhi and Dopatta in PoK.

After the Pulwama suicide bomber attack in which nearly 50 CRPF men were killed, Indian Air Force (IAF) carried out air strikes on Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terror facilities in Balakot, Pakistan, where terrorists were trained and the centre was used by top commanders. This is believed to be the terror camp which was used to train Pulwama attackers.

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According to sources, the report about Pakistan’s terror hubs will be shared at international platforms to expose how Pakistan is the breeding ground of terrorists. In the report, India has got the satellite image of these hideouts.

Sources said that these training centres are being used to prepare young terrorists for commando like assaults along with latest technical know-how. These terror camps have communication and control stations of top terror commanders. At these centres, a specialised training of sniping, water combat, operating drone and putting together improvised explosive devices (IEDs), is given.

The water combat training that is imparted to the terrorists in these camps poses a grave threat to India via sea. Navy chief Admiral Sunil Lanba on Tuesday warned that there are reports about terrorists being trained to carry out operations through the sea.