Surgical strikes, barking dogs, leopard urine: What is the connection

New Delhi, Sep 12: The Indian Army primary concern before launching the surgical strikes were the dogs barking and attacking them. Hence to neutralise that, the Indian troops used leopard’s urine and faeces to get the much needed stealth inside the enemy territory former Nagrota Corps commander Lt Gen Rajendra Nimborkar said on Tuesday.

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Surgical Strikes: A year on, the Indian Army is now doubly aggressive

surgicalstrkeIt has been one year since India carried out a surgical strike across the Line of Control and targeted Pakistan sponsored terrorist groups. The strikes were carried out on the intervening night of September 28-29 2016.

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Surgical strikes: How India’s heroes returned from PoK with bullets whistling past their ears

surgicalstrkeIndia carried out a successful strike across the Line of Control to avenge the Uri attack in which 19 soldiers of the Indian Army were martyred. While the surgical strikes hit Pakistan right at the heart, the return to the base by the heroes of the Indian Army was a tough one.

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Surgical strikes showed India’s power: Top 10 quotes from Modi’s US address

modi1Prime Minister Narendra Modi swayed the audience in the United States on the first day of his two day visit. He interacted with the Indian diaspora in Washington DC’s suburb of Virginia on Sunday.

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How surgical strikes spooked terrorists and forced a change in plan

Terrorists across the border live in the constant fear that they may be targetted in another surgical strike. India carried out a surgical strike September 2016 following the Uri attack as a result of which the number of infiltrations and cease fire violations by Pakistan dropped.

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Surgical strikes: These statistics will tell you how Pakistan mellowed down

They were many who questioned the surgical strikes carried out by India across the Line of Control last year.

However, there is proof to indicate that the strikes were indeed conducted and the number of casualties and violation along the Line of Control as well as the International Border have come down drastically.

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Visit the house of a martyr before questioning surgical strikes: Modi

232513-modi“Those who questioned the surgical strikes must come and visit the house of martyrs,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi said at a rally in Uttar Pradesh on Saturday.

Addressing a rally at Jaunpur, the PM said that it is not good and right to politicise national security.

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Hafiz Saeed’s surgical strike claim riddled with factual holes

hafizsaeedHafiz Saeed, who decided to term the Akhnoor terror attack a surgical strike against India, got many of his facts wrong. To begin with he stated that the mujahideens cleaned up 10 rooms, killed 30 soldiers and cleaned up the entire camp.

He called it ‘their version of a surgical strike’ although not once did he utter that it was his outfit, the Lashkar-e-Tayiba, which carried out the attack. He spoke about cleaning up 10 rooms, destroying the camp and killing 30. However, the fact of the matter is that three soldiers died after the terrorists set ablaze and shot at a camp.

Surgical strikes: Each terror launch pad was destroyed within 15 minutes

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New Delhi, Oct 8: They went, they destroyed and they returned. This is how the surgical strike by the Special Forces of the Indian army can be summed up. After the targets had been identified, the plan was to cross the Line of Control and destroy the targets.

“We never intended to engage any of those terrorists, an officer informed. Getting to the targets which were in a five kilometer radius was not easy. The special forces had to dodge thermal imagers and also anti personnel mines which had been laid out. However, there was not one mistake committed by the armed forces as the operation was planned to perfection.

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Paid Pakistan back in its own coin- Air Marshal Pandey

INDIAPAKISTANFLAGSTORYWe have paid them back in the same coin and this is tit for tat says Air Marshal (Retd), B K Pandey.

The army has carried out a restricted operation and this is what is called paying back in the same coin, B K Pandey tells OneIndia.

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