Pakistan denies India carried out ‘surgical strikes’


The Pakistan army has dismissed claims that
India’s military conducted “surgical strikes”
against “terrorist units” on its side of the border in
Kashmir region.

Pakistan rejected the claims as an “illusion” but
acknowledged the loss of two of its soldiers in the
exchange of fire that also wounded nine others on
“There had been cross border fire initiated and
conducted by India which is [an] existential
phenomenon,” said an Inter-Services Public
Relations (ISPR) statement released shortly after
the Indian director-general of military operations
(DGMO) held a press conference making claims
about surgical strikes.
“The notion of surgical strike linked to alleged
terrorists’ bases is an illusion being deliberately
generated by India to create false effects,” the
Pakistani military said in a statement.
“This quest by Indian establishment to create
media hype by rebranding cross border fire as
surgical strike is fabrication of truth.”


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