First, they said there were no terror strikes. Now, Pakistan says the video footage of the strikes handed over by the Indian Army to the NIA is fake.
“The Indians are busy filming a fake video of conducting ‘surgical strikes’ in Pakistan, which will be released in a couple of days,” reported Pakistan’s The News International website.
The website provided details by an “independent Kashmiri legislator’ and said that the pressure is mounting on the BJP-led Indian government to produce evidence and hence “the Indians are busy trying to save face’.
The Indian Army conducted surgical strikes across the Line of Control before dawn on September 29 and killed several jihadis. The jawans also destroyed terrorist launch pads.
However, on Wednesday during Cabinet Committee meeting on security, NSA Ajit Doval informed the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and others that Pakistan has built up other launch pads after the attack with at least a 100 jihadis waiting to enter India.
This morning, Pakistani terrorists opened fire outside the 30 Rashtriya Rifles camp in Handwara (Jammu and Kashmir). While no casualties have been reported on the Indian side, the terrorists have fled.