India Remains Firm: Army Says ‘Surgical Strikes’ On Pak Were Videographed!

NEWS WORLD INDIA | 0
7
| September 29 , 2016 , 15:53 IST
[caption id="attachment_210433" align="aligncenter" width="700"]India Remains Firm: Army Says ‘Surgical Strikes’ On Pak Were Videographed! India Remains Firm: Army Says ‘Surgical Strikes’ On Pak Were Videographed![/caption] With Pakistan denying reports of surgical strikes in its territory by India, a Hindi news channel has reported that a video of the strike has been recorded by the Army as proof. The video however will not be made public, the report adds. ALSO READ:HM Rajnath Singh Holds All Party Meeting After India’s Surgical Strikes Pakistan’s Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) on Thursday denied surgical strikes by India while Khawaja Asif, Pakistan Defence Minister stated that two Pakistani soldiers were killed and 9 were injured in what is termed by Pakistan as cross-border firing initiated and conducted by India. ALSO READ:Nawaz Sharif Condemns Surgical Strikes By Indian Army, Says Ready For Defence Pakistani daily Dawn reports that the fire from India started at 2:30 and went o till 8 am. Pakistani media also reports that the Pakistan Air Force has claimed that this (by Indian Army) was not a surgical strike and that they are alert for any such eventuality. ANI reported that the Special Forces operation on terror launch pads lasted from 12:30 am to 4:30 am and the location was 500 meters - 2 Km beyond the Line of Control (LoC). (With IANS Inputs)