As Indian soldiers delivered a befitting reply to terrorists preparing to enter India from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir on the intervening night of September 28 and 29, Amul celebrated the surgical strikes in its own way
As the Indian soldiers delivered a befitting reply to terrorists preparing to enter India from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir on the intervening night of September 28 and 29, Amul celebrated the surgical strikes in its own way. The company released a cartoon on surgical strikes, and captioned it ‘Paks a punch.”
The detailed image shows Indian soldiers in action, attacking the enemy with guns and canons. It also doesn’t even miss to feature the drones.
Amul’s butterly take on the surgical strikes by Indian Army, in which about 35-40 Pakistani terrorists and 9 Pakistani soldiers were reportedly killed, has won the hearts of Indians, with several of them sharing and praising the cartoon on social media.
— Amul.coop (@Amul_Coop) September 30, 2016
India may have to resort to more surgical strikes as the Pakistani terrorists refuses to stop their attacks. While on September 18, they had killed 18 Indian soldiers at Uri in Kashmir, on Sunday night, Pakistani terrorists once again attacked army and BSF camps in Baramulla, Jammu and Kashmir.
At least two terrorists and a BSF personnel were killed while one BSF jawan was injured when militants attacked two adjoining camps of Army and the paramilitary force at Baramulla in Jammu and Kashmir. The heavily-armed terrorists attacked the two camps.
The heavily-armed terrorists attacked the two camps belonging to Rashtriya Rifles and Border Security Force late last night, leading to a fierce gun-battle with the security forces. Following the firefight, two terrorists were killed by the forces while one BSF personnel, who was hit by bullets, succumbed to his injuries later, a Home Ministry spokesperson said in New Delhi.