Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) refutes Indian claims of conducting surgical strikes on Pakistani soil on Thursday. The Military spokesperson Lt.Gen. Asim Bajwa said that there had been cross border firing, initiated and conducted by India. In response to the unprovoked attack that resulted in the deaths of two Pakistani soldiers, Pakistan military gave a strong response to Indian cross border fire, destroying three Indian posts completely.
ISPR press release further clarified that notion of surgical strike was created by India to create a false aura of contentment amongst Indian community, as they have been forcefully agitated by the Indian government over the false flag operation, the Uri attack. Pakistan has made it clear that if there is any sort of surgical strike on Pakistani soil, it will receive a befitting response.
Indian Director Military Operations while conducting a media talk claimed surgical strikes on Pakistani soil which was completely shot down by Pakistani military officials as false and desperate claims.
Indian DGMO’s statement immediately impacted hit the Indian Stock Market, as reported by an Indian news agency, that following the attack, the Indian market had dropped down by 500 points.