Pakistan plans to attack selected targets in India after surgical strikes, claims Pak daily

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Published: September 29, 2016 4:07:03 PM

Surgical strikes in LOC: The defense forces of Pakistan have made an 'operational plan' in response to the alleged 'misadventure' from 'war mongering India'.

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Surgical strikes in LOC: The defense forces of Pakistan have made an ‘operational plan’ in response to the alleged ‘misadventure’ from ‘war mongering India’. According to a daily newspaper in Pakistan, the army had set targets in India in case there are surgical strikes in the country for an ‘immediate quid pro quo’. Citing a source the Pakistan daily called ‘The News’ wrote, “Pakistan is fully prepared to meet any military challenge from India. Our operational plan is ready, quid pro quo targets are finalised and forces have been dedicated.” When the Pak daily asked these sources about Indian preparations for surgical attacks in Pakistan, they said, “Whether it is a Cold Start or hot pursuit, we are ready. India is well aware of our capabilities.” According to these sources in defence forces, they will not tolerate any airspace or ground violation. In case India attacks with surgical strikes, Pakistan has the appropriate response and targets have been selected in India to attack, The News reported. The sources were reported to claim that the attack in Uri in which 17 Indian soldiers had died, was wrongly blamed to Pakistan without any investigations.

In case India attacks with surgical strikes, Pakistan has the appropriate response and targets have been selected in India to attack, The News reported. The sources were reported to claim that the attack in Uri in which 17 Indian soldiers had died, was wrongly blamed to Pakistan without any investigations. Meanwhile, on September 29, India’s Director General Military Operations (DGMO) Lt Gen Ranbir Singh and official spokesperson of Ministry of External Affairs, Vikas Swarup told the Indian media that the Army had conducted surgical strikes on the night of September 28 all along the LoC and that resulted in significant casualties to the terrorists. “Significant casualties have been caused to terrorists and those trying to shield them. We don’t have a plan to further conduct such strikes. India has spoken to Pakistan,” Lt Gen Singh said.

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Pakistan, however, has denied such reports of surgical strikes by the Indian Army across LoC in Pak-occupied-Kashmir. These India-Pakistan tensions got refuelled after the Kashmir unrest when on September 18, there was a terror attack on an Indian army base at Uri in Jammu and Kashmir. India later blamed Pakistan for sheltering such terrorists. It remains to be seen what will be the response of Pakistan on the borders.

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