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In the surgical strike, Indian army did some use of 'leopard' like this, know what is the whole case

During the surgical strike, the Indian army had to use things that you would not be able to believe in easily.

New Delhi: In the year 2016, the Indian Army jawans jumped into Pakistan in the month of September, not only killed the terrorists but also destroyed many of their camps. Taking the revenge of terrorist attack on Uri base camp and revenge of Pathankot, Indian Army had given a strong message to Pakistan by making a surgical strike and tried to tell that if the militant bourge was not restrained then the Indian army would enter into his house. Can kill But the surgical strike was not so easy for the Indian Army. During the surgical strike, the Indian army had to use things that you would not be able to believe in easily.

Major, who led the surgical strike, wrote in the book, It was very difficult to return, the bullets that were coming out of the ear

According to the news agency ANI, Lt Gen RR Dambhurkar, former Corps Commander of Nagarota (Jammu and Kashmir), about the surgical strike conducted against the Pakistan in 2016, said, "There was a possibility that dogs in villages should bark at us. We knew that he was afraid of leopards, so we took the leopard's urine with him, and he was working ... the dogs were afraid of coming in front of them ... "Please tell that Militants Gikl strike had suffered.

In fact, under the surgical strike, the Pakistan Army had demolished the camp of the terrorists by entering into Pakistan. Pathankot, then Poonch Pakistan and Uri crossed the limits of the Indian Army were surgical strikes warned answer. The Indian army on the intervening night of 28-29 September 2016 were attacked terrorist launch pads across the LoC. About 50 militants were killed in the surgical strike and many terror camps were completely devastated. The government later shared the story of the operation of the surgical strike of Para Commandos.

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In a surgical strike, a colonel of 4th and 9th Battalion of Para Regiment, five Major, two Captain, a Subedar, two Nb Subedar, Three Hav, a Lance Nayak and four Paratroopers carried out the Surgical Strike. Under the leadership of Major Rohit Suri, the team of eight Commandos left for Pakistan-occupied Kashmir on 28-29 September. Prior to the surgical strike, Major Suri asked Reiki of the entire area and the jawans to wait. At six o'clock in the morning, the Indian army broke down on the terrorists. During this, Major Suri pursued two terrorists without worrying about them and went near them to death.

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