India conducted surgical strikes last night across LoC and significant casualties were caused to the terrorists, Lt Gen Ranbir Singh, DGMO, Indian Army said on Thursday. He also said that it is a matter of serious concern that there has been many infiltration bids by terrorists at LoC. \u00a0He also added that the motive of this operation was to hit out at the terrorists who were planning to infiltrate into our territory. "India has shared with Pakistan Army details of surgical strikes and we expect them to cooperate in the fight against terror," he added. There were no Indian causalities during surgical strikes that were carried out.\u00a0\u201cWe have recovered items including GPS which have Pakistani markings. Captured terrorists hailing from PoK or Pakistan have confessed to their training in Pakistan or in the\u00a0Pakistan-controlled region,\u201d Singh said. According to the sources, seven launchpads were targeted in the strike and the operation was a combination of heliborne and ground forces. \u00a0The sources also revealed that the operation started after midnight and ended around 4:30 AM today. President, Vice President, Former PM Manmohan Singh, J&K Governor, J&K CM Mehbooba mufti were also briefed on the surgical strikes by the Indian Army.\u00a0Home Minister Rajnath Singh has informed Chief Ministers of Punjab, West Bengal and Odisha, CPI-M\u2019s Sitaram Yechury and Congress\u2019 Ghulam Nabi Azad about the operation.However, Pakistan rejected India's claim of surgical strikes across LoC.\u00a0Pakistan Airforce said that "this (by Indian Army) was not a surgical strike and we are alert for any eventuality." ALSO READ:\u00a0Surgical strikes by India: We condemn this attack, don't take our peaceful intent for weakness, says Nawaz Sharif Meanwhile, Pakistan, in a statement issued has said: At least two Army men were killed as Indian and Pakistani troops exchanged fire over the Line of Control in \u201cAzad Jammu and Kashmir\u201d. The exchange of fire began at 2:30am, ISPR said, and continued till 8:00am. \u201cPakistani troops befittingly responded to Indian unprovoked firing on the LoC in Bhimber, Hotspring Kel and Lipa sectors,\u201d the statement said. The press conference was jointly conducted by the Ministry of External Affairs and the Ministry of Defence. WATCH: DGMO Lt Gen Ranbir Singh briefs media on the surgical strikes conducted by Indian Army #WATCH: DGMO Lt Gen Ranbir Singh says "Indian Army conducted surgical strikes on terror launch pads on the LoC last night" pic.twitter.com\/UXjVEvyLwF \u2014 ANI (@ANI_news) September 29, 2016 ALSO READ:\u00a0PM Narendra Modi's review meet on MFN status to Pakistan postponed, to be held next week Earlier on Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired a meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) to discuss the situation at the Line of Control. Rajnath Singh, Sushma Swaraj, Manohar Parrikar and other senior ministers were present at the meeting.\u00a0India had repeatedly warned Pakistan not to allow its territory to be used for terrorist activities. Besides, India had called for an international diplomatic boycott of Pakistan as it shielded terrorists on its land. At the United Nations General Assembly, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said Pakistan was a terror state and it needs to rein in terror elements. WATCH: Congress leader Digvijaya Singh says "Let all the facts come" on surgical strikes by Indian Army in Pakistan territory\u00a0 #WATCH: Congress leader Digvijaya Singh says "Let all the facts come" on surgical strikes by Indian Army in Pakistan territory. pic.twitter.com\/tid1KnAh3R \u2014 ANI (@ANI_news) September 29, 2016 Three ceasefire violations by Pakistan were reported along the LoC in the last 24 hours. India on Tuesday also announced that it was pulling out of the SAARC summit scheduled to be held in Islamabad in November. Meanwhile, the meeting called by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to review Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status to Pakistan has been postponed till next week.