Islamabad: Pakistan’s forestry department has filed an FIR against Indian Air Force pilots who bombed a terrorist training camp in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province last week.
What does the FIR say, you ask?
Answer: That more than a dozen trees — 19, to be precise — were damaged when the Indian jets “hastily dropped their payload”, according to the Express Tribune newspaper.
As well, Pakistan has plans to lodge a complaint against India at the UN, accusing New Delhi of “eco-terrorism”.
“What happened over there is environmental terrorism,” Climate Change Minister Malik Amin Aslam told Reuters last week, saying dozens of pine trees had been felled. “There has been serious environmental damage.”