Indian Army Surgical Strikes Video: Indian Army carried out the Surgical Strike against Terrorism in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) across LOC. In Surgical Strike Two Pakistani and approx. 30 terrorist were killed in the attack. The surgical strikes were carried out to destroy terror launch pads in PoK on the night of September 28 as India’s response to the terror attack at an Indian Army base in Uri, Kashmir. The operation lasted from 12.30 am to 4.30 am, with the location being 500 metres to 2 km from the LoC on the Pakistani side. The Pakistani Army and media outlets have cast doubt on the surgical strike by denying that it took place, while India has been emphatic that it attacked seven terror camps along the Line of Control (LoC) last week. The Army now wants the video released, the Economic Times reported. They have video footage and photographs shot by ground troops and drones. Check the below article for Indian Army Surgical Strikes (LoC) Live Video Footage, Photographs, Drone Visuals and more.
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Surgical Strike Means / What is Surgical Strikes:
A surgical strike is a military attack which results in, was intended to result in, or is claimed to have resulted in only damage to the intended legitimate military target, and no or minimal collateral damage to surrounding structures, vehicles, buildings, or the general public infrastructure and utilities.
A surgical strike is essentially a swift and targeted attack on the specific target that aims to neutralise them while ensuring minimum collateral damage to the surrounding areas and civilians. Neutralisation of targets with surgical strikes also prevents escalation to a full blown war.
Surgical strikes are part of India’s Cold Start doctrine and have proved effective in foiling a new infiltration bid by terrorist groups across the LoC who were ready to attack several locations in Jammu and Kashmir and other Metro cities in India.
Indian Army Surgical Strikes (LoC) Live Video Footage:
The discussion around the evidence for the surgical strikes conducted by the Indian Army against terror launch pads across the Line of Control in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir has intensified. Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal had asked the Narendra Modi government to “unmask Pakistan’s false propaganda” in a video message and Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam openly said that he felt that the strike was “fake”.
The release of the video may, however, further escalate Indo-Pak tensions, depending on how Pakistan responds to it. Pakistan has already got isolated Pakistan at the international level, which became evident when four countries — Bangladesh, Bhutan, Afghanistan and Sri Lanka — joined India to withdraw from the Saarc Summit that was scheduled to take place in November in Islamabad.
While Pakistan has been vociferous about demanding proof of the strikes, some Indian leaders, including Congress leaders P Chidambaram and Sanjay Nirupam, and Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal, also drew widespread criticism in the country for asking for evidence from the government.
“There is no doubt at all that the strikes inflicted heavy damage. Proof is available with the government that clearly shows our troops engaging the targets effectively,” a senior government official was quoted as saying by the publication.
The Footage will be released by Indian Army for the government to use it according to their convenience.
The final decision lies with the PMO either to use the Surgical Strike footage for shutting up the opposition or not.
The breathtaking visual of Indian Army Surgical Strikes Video is not yet released. We will update here When they have been released.
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