Published On: Thu, Sep 29th, 2016

India Raided On Pakistan Militants To Conduct “Surgical Strike” In Pakistan


The director general of Indian Army’s military operation openly gives briefing to media on 29 September in New-Delhi-city of India; they had conducted military raids in Pakistan to carry out multiple surgical strikes in Pakistan.


Director General of Military operation Lt. General Ranbir Singh said during his briefing to media on Thursday that they had conducted several militant operations in Pakistan and knock down suspected militants as the response of the recent Uri attack in Kashmir in which an attack cause the death of 18 Indian Military individuals and Indian reportedly blamed Pakistan for the brutal attack.


The international analyst and expertise revealed out about the Indian military position, they announced India has lack of capabilities and intelligence that needed to execute a single targeted strikes in boundary of Pakistan.

There is some more expertise that declared India successive government is unable to build the capabilities which needed to carry out surgical strikes in Pakistan.

Whatever the world’s analysts say it’s not matter but Indian Air Defense analyst Ajai Shukla described his views that Indian military have not sufficient capabilities as well as the planning structure to tackle the technology giant and powerful rival.

According to the DGMO of India they entered from Kashmir to Pakistan’s Kashmir and had conducted eight surgical strikes in Pakistan on extremist position on Wednesday night (28 September), Indian authorities believed the attack cause several causalities in Pakistan.

He reportedly added, Pakistan military has informed for cross border surgical strikes in response the attack on Uri army base in Kashmir.

On the other hand Pakistan said, there was no surgical strike last night however, Indian troops raided in Pakistan and fire across line of control. The latest news came Pakistan has crashed 3 army bases in India in response to last night operation on line of control.