No signs of any Indian “surgical strike”: CNN

04 Oct, 2016 10:53 am

NEW YORK (92 News) – Following the denial of Indian claims of “surgical strike” by the Pakistan, now the international media has exposed Indian lie saying that there were no signs of any raid.

According to a report by the US TV channel CNN, Pakistan’s military had “brought in a busload of foreign journalists” to one of the five posts that Indian Forces had claimed to have struck. The reporter stated there were no signs of any Indian raid, but said the Pakistan Army admitted that a soldier had been killed in cross firing, apparently meaning cross-border firing.

The report stated that the schools are open and the life is normal in the area where Indian Forces claimed to have struck.

The area residents said that India and Pakistani forces had exchanged firing but there were no signs of any Indian raid which would prove Indian claim.

Pakistan insisted that no incursion had taken place into the territory it controls, saying there had only been an exchange of fire. It promised a “forceful response” if there was a repeat of the operation.

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