The detailed graphic information of surgical strikes carried out by Indian Army Special Forces on jihadists’ has given by eyewitnesses who are living across Line of Control (LoC) to a leading daily. They told the daily; about the bodies of those who were killed during the strike loaded on the truck for secret burial on September 29, before dawn. There were intense fire engagements around that housed jihadists’ which were destroyed when they left for LoC.
Their information authenticates the claims made by India that the strike was launched against the terror. On the other hand, Pakistan claims that those strikes were targeted for military with mortar fire and small arms. The witnesses also disclosed some information which both the governments were tight-lipped about.
There were some intelligence record which states that there is damage to jihadist infrastructure and logistics.
The eyewitnesses were contacted by leading daily through their family members living on the side of LoC and questions were sent to them through an encrypted chat system and their identities are not disclosed as per their families’ request.
Eyewitnesses Across LoC Explain India’s ‘Surgical Strikes’ in PoK
There are no such contacts of Indian journalists with Pakistan. There is only a Pakistani Media which has taken by military to the affected areas.
Two eyewitnesses from Dudhnial, which is 4kms across the LoC has given the detailed information about the fighting. They said they have seen a building across the Al-Haawi where a military outpost and a compound sited there which is used by Lashkar.
These witnesses further added that Al-Haawi was the last point where they invaded with supplies and climb up to Kupwara.
Local residents have heard gun firing and loud explosions along with intense small arms. People were afraid to come out to see. The dead bodies loaded on to a truck next early morning.
Director General of Military operations Lieutenant General Ranbir Singh said, that significant casualty has caused due to the strike to the terror groups and those who have supported them.