Pakistan media and journalists are running stories about a possibility of a second air surgical strike by the Indian Air Force in Pakistan.
Reports claim that India dropped payloads in Chak 270 Fort Abbas, Punjab Pakistan.
The Pakistan Air Force nor the Indian Air Force confirmed it. If it's indeed true India would've successfully conducted a second surgical strike on terrorists, and training camps operating from Pakistan against India.
The Jaish-e-Muhammad has presence in the region, the Jaish ran their terror camps from Fort Abbas and Fort Maujgarh during the Pathankot attacks in 2016. Indian intelligence believe that the Jaish could run remote controlled aircrafts from Fort Maujgarh as it has an airstrip.
The images shared on social media show a cylindrical object buried partially in sand. They seem to look like debris of a missile.
Fort Abbas previously called Pholra, in the district of Bahawalnagar. It borders India's state of Rajasthan and is 17 kilometers from the international border with India.