‘Indian army shooting fake videos to show proof of surgical strike’
SRINAGAR: An Indian-Occupied Kashmir lawmaker said on Wednesday that Indian army is shooting fake videos in his constituency to show fabricated evidence of the alleged surgical strike.
According to a report in Kashmir Dispatch, Engineer Rashid─ who represnts frontier Langate constituency─ claimed that credible sources told him that Indian army is engaged in filming videos in Nowgam and Leepa sectors , adjacent to borders showing as if army is carrying out covert operations in Pakistani territory, so that the same can be provided as evidences to satisfy Indian masses and world community” as a proof of September 29 surgical strike inside Pakistan.
It is pertinent to note here that a number of Indian media outlets reported that Indian army is providing videos to its government as a “proof of surgical strike” inside Pakistan to satisfy the general public and world at large which has since rejected the claim.
On September 29, Indian army claimed alongside its FO spokesman that they have carried out a surgical strike on “terrorist launching pads inside Pakistan” but Pakistan army not only rejected the claim on that very day but also took journalists and observers in Azad Kashmir on October 1 to see through their eyes that the Indian aggression was in fact a ceasefire violation alongside Line Of Control (LOC) which killed two of the Pakistani soldiers.
Speaking to journalists in Bhimber sector of Azad Jammu and Kashmir on October 1, Director General (DG) Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Lieutenant General Asim Bajwa said Pakistan Army caused heavy casualties on the Indian side of the border when the forces retaliated cross-border firing by Indian forces, which killed two Pakistani soldiers.