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Opinion | Aaj ki Baat Sept 27 episode: Rajat Sharma on why those who raised doubts about 2016 surgical strike should apologize to our brave Army jawans

It is a matter of sadness that there were politicians in India who described this surgical strike as "khoon ka sauda".

Rajat Sharma Rajat Sharma
New Delhi Updated on: September 28, 2018 14:46 IST
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Aaj Ki Baat- Rajat Sharma Ke Saath airs Monday to Friday, 9 PM

 

The government has decided to celebrate the surgical strike conducted by our Army commandos in 2016 inside Pak Occupied Kashmir as 'Parakram Parva' across the country. Videos of our commandos carrying out the covert operations inside enemy territory have emerged, and the then Army Chief Gen Dalbir Singh Suhag, Lt Gen B S Hooda and some of the brave commandos have appeared on India TV  to describe how the operations took place in a precision-like manner. 

 
Gen Suhag explained in detail how the surgical strikes were planned, an element of audacious daredevilry was added, and how the brave commandos precisely executed the operation. Despite protestations by Pakistan that no such surgical strike took place, the facts and videos revealed should be enough to silence the Doubting Thomases. 
 
It is a matter of sadness that there were politicians in India who described this surgical strike as "khoon ka sauda", there were politicians who demanded evidences about the surgical strike, and trusted the words of Pakistan army, there were those who said the surgical strikes never took place, they were also those who refused to trust our Army's statement. 
 
These videos should be an eye-opener for such people. All those who raised doubts about the surgical strike should now apologize to our brave Army officers and jawans, and promise that they would never raise such doubts again in future.

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