Indian army making fake video of Surgical Strike: IHK lawmaker Engineer Rashid
NEW DELHI (92 News) – Indian-held Kashmir (IHK) lawmaker Engineer Rashid revealed that the Indian army is holding exercises in Leepa Valley – close to Line of Control – in Kupwara to fake “surgical strikes”.
“My sources told me that these exercises are being held to fake the so-called surgical strikes carried by Indian army,” he asserted, “I warn you in advance that if Indian government releases any footage about the surgical strikes, the footage will be fake which was made in Leepa Valley in last three days.” He said that army has set up fake targets in Leepa valley and exercises are being held there.
Belying the claims of Indian government, Rashid asked Indian army not to “force people suspect their credibility”. “Don’t make Kashmir laboratory for your political fights,” Rashid said.
Indian Army claimed that its forces “carried out surgical strikes along the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir attacking militant launch pads”. However, Pakistan rejected the claim and fled media, local and international, to LoC and termed the Indian claims as “routine ceasefire violations done by Indian troops”.