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Balakot strike: Each warhead had 70-80 kg net explosive quantity

This explains nature of commercially available satellite images, extent of visible damage, says top military officer.

Each warhead used by the Indian Air Force (IAF) to target buildings on the campus of the Jaish-e-Mohammad madrasa at Balakot in Pakistan on February 26 had a net explosive quantity (NEQ) of only 70-80 kg of TNT, This could explain the nature and extent of damage to the buildings, as revealed by commercially available satellite images.

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