India Backfires: All you Need to Know About the Surgical Strike on Pak by Indian Army!

Surgical Strike By Indian Army:

For a change, Indian army carried out surgical strikes on terror launch pads in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir, inflicting heavy casualties on terrorists and ‘those protecting them’. Indian DGMO Lt Gen Ranbir Singh, in a joint press conference with the MEA, announced that the strikes will not be continued, but we are ready for reactions from Pakistan. He also said that Army had received information about the terrorists hiding near the LoC and thus the strike was planned.


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This is the first time India has announced it’s strikes to Pakistan and it has come less than two weeks from the horrible Uri Attack which killed 18 of Indian Army soldiers. In this strike, according to latest report, 38 terrorists and 2 Pakistani soldiers were killed within 4 hours. The mission ended at 4.30 am.

The Army said special commandos crossed the LoC last night, conducted the operation in the Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir (PoK) and returned to the Indian side without any casualty.

What exactly is a Surgical Strike?

When the Army makes meticulous plan to attack a certain area, so as to lessen the extent of damage, it is called a surgical strike. Only the intended area is attacked causing none or minimal collateral damage to surrounding structures, vehicles, buildings, or the general public infrastructure and utilities.
For example: 
Indian Army had recently sent 70 commandos of the to carry out the operation within 40 minutes, leaving 38 Naga insurgents dead and seven injured. Similarly, a surgical strike can also be done through precision bombings.
Watch the Press Conference here:

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