1. If Pakistan provokes again, we will change operational tactics: Indian Army official

If Pakistan provokes again, we will change operational tactics: Indian Army official

As much as the news of Indian Army carrying out surgical strikes across LoC at seven terrorists launch pads created festive fervour in India, it created equal amount of frenzy in Pakistani territory.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: October 3, 2016 11:00 AM
A top official of the country's security establishment told Indian Express that if Pakistan provokes again, the Army will change their operational tactics. (PTI) A top official of the country’s security establishment told Indian Express that if Pakistan provokes again, the Army will change their operational tactics. (PTI)

As much as the news of Indian Army carrying out surgical strikes across LoC at seven terrorists launch pads created festive fervour in India, it created equal amount of frenzy in Pakistani territory. With the sense of satisfaction of avenging the Uri attacks, Indian Army is now bolder and getting ready to hit back at any more retaliation that comes their way.

A top official of the country’s security establishment told Indian Express that if Pakistan provokes again, the Army will change their operational tactics.

The official who was closely involved in the sugical strikes of September 29 said that till now the denial of Pakistan about it has worked in our favour. But the next plans might not be very predictable and reworking of operational tactics can be expected as the sole purpose of such operations is success.

The details of the surgical strike are still pouring in. The most fatalities were reported to have been in the Lipa area of PoK, followed by Kel and Bhimber. While the exact number of gunned down terrorists is yet to be disclosed, it is being speculated close to 45-50. A big number of militants were injured as well and the majortiy is believd to belong to the Jaish-e-Mohammad and Lashkar-e-Taiba.

As per Indian Express, the planning of the strikes was done well in advance with 7 teams of close to 150 commandos reaching in advcance to their target locations. Depending on the terrain and distance, the assault teams were launched from Indian territory on a staggered schedule so that the strikes could be simultaneous and swift.

Intelligence inputs claimed that these terrorists launch pads, which are semi built domains housed armed militants who were waiting for September 30 to strike at Indian areas.

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