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Surgical strike: In exchange for 19 martyrs, Indian heroes sent 40 terrorists to hell
Surgical strike: In exchange for 19 martyrs, Indian heroes sent 40 terrorists to hell

New Delhi: The surgical strike by the Indian Army on terrorists entering Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) has completed 6 years today. Terrorist bases were destroyed by India by entering Pakistan on this day. Indian brave soldiers had entered the Pakistani border on this day in the year 2016, taking revenge for their 19 brave martyrs, and 40 terrorists were sent to hell. This day has been recorded forever as a witness to the bold move of Indian soldiers.

In September 2016, terrorists attacked army personnel in the Uri sector, adjacent to the border of Jammu and Kashmir. In this attack, 19 Indian soldiers were martyred. The attack on the Indian Army Headquarters in Uri by terrorists of the terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammed caused outrage across India. The opposition began to dominate the government. That's when the Modi government at the Center made a plan to blow up the bases of Jaish-e-Mohammed. The government, along with the top officers of the army, prepared a special plan and the night of 28-29 September was chosen to execute it. 

This was the day when the army had managed to destroy the terrorist camps by entering Pakistan in just a 4-hour operation. After completing the work, they returned back to the Indian border. In this surgical strike of the Indian Army, about 38 terrorists were killed and two Pakistani soldiers present there were also killed. The interesting thing is that none of the Indian commandos was harmed in any way and they returned to their soil after successfully carrying out the operation. The story of this brave move of Indian soldiers on this operation has also been shown in the film 'Uri: The Surgical Strike.'

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