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Video made by the Indian Army was a fake and was fabricated:Pakistan's High Commissioner
Video made by the Indian Army was a fake and was fabricated:Pakistan's High Commissioner

The Pakistan High-commissioner to India Abdul Basit claimed that India has been boasting about the surgical strike that happened to be done on September 29th. Basit dismissed that the implementation of the surgical strike was “fictional” against the terror launch pads in Pakistan’s area under the Line of Control (LoC). He also added to his words that if such a phenomenon would have happened, Pakistan would have retaliated against the Indians.

In his views the video made by the Indian army was a fake and was “fabricated”. "No such surgical strikes took place. There was only cross-border firing by Indian troops (on September 29), in which two Pakistan army soldiers were murdered. Pakistan responded to it immediately and proportionately," Basit said in an interview.

 "Had there been any surgical strike, Pakistan would have retaliated immediately...we did not need any reaction time. It seems to me the term surgical strike is being used very loosely in India... no Indian soldiers crossed the LOC. There was only cross-border firing,” he added later.

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