‘It’s clear that it’s a political strike not surgical’: Kamaal R Khan’s review on Indian Army’s surgical strikes

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New Delhi | Updated: October 18, 2016 2:14 PM

Following Defence Minister, Manohar Parrikar's statement linking the surgical strikes with RSS teachings, controversial actor Kamal R Khan today expressed disbelief on the action taken by the Indian Army.

Kamal R Khan, also known as KRK, is often in the news for making controversial comments and movie reviews. (File Photo)Kamal R Khan, also known as KRK, is often in the news for making controversial comments and movie reviews. (File Photo)

Following Defence Minister, Manohar Parrikar’s statement linking the surgical strikes with RSS teachings, controversial actor Kamaal R Khan today expressed disbelief on the action taken by the Indian Army. The actor tweeted a video ‘reviewing’ the surgical strikes by the Army on different terror launch pads along the Line of Control (LoC) in Pakistan, killing at least 38 terrorists.

“After statement of defence minister, it’s clear that it’s a political strike not surgical,” Kamaal tweeted along with the video review.

Kamaal R Khan, also known as KRK, is often in the news for making controversial comments and movie reviews. In his video, the actor questioned the Indian army’s stand to repeatedly claim the existence of the surgical strikes, even after the neighbouring country denying any such attack.


“If Pakistan is denying of anyone being killed by the Indian Army, why is the government constantly claiming the attack and welcoming the neighbour to counter-attack on us,” said KRK in the video reviewing the surgical strikes.

With disbelief on the surgical strike, Kamaal R Khan claimed that if the Army had carried out any such strikes then similar strikes must continue, in order to stop terrorist activities along the International Border and LoC. The actor, notorious for his statements, said the strike or the announcement of the strike is a political show-off, prior to the UP eletions this year.

The surgical strike by the Indian Army came in a reply to the Uri attacks, where four heavily armed terrorists attacked the Indian Army bases along the LoC in Uri district of Kashmir, claiming the life of 18 Indian Army jawans.

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