The Indian Air Force on Tuesday attacked Jaish-e-Mohammad's training camp in Balakot, Pakistan. The government said the airstrike was carried out as a pre-emptive strike as JeM was planning more attacks on the country and not in retaliation to the Pulwama attack that killed over 40 CRPF jawans, the responsibility of which was claimed by the terror group.
The JeM training camp in Balakot, that was struck down by the IAF, has four major infiltration routes to enter Jammu and Kashmir.
The camp follows a strict training schedule. The trainees learn to use weapons in these camps both, theoretically and practically. They are also required to follow a morning and an evening prayer every day.
Here are two charts explaining infiltration routes from Balakot and what the terror training module is at such camps: