India's Surgical Attack Video Got The Green Signal For It's Release From The Indian Army!

Blog By divya  |  28-10-16

And we hope all the haters and critics are watching.

#5 India's Answer

#5 India's Answer

It was a proud moment when the news of India's retaliation to Uri's attack reached the ears of Indians.

The surgical strike carried by India on Septemeber 29th was the answer India had long since owed Pakistan for its constant backstabbing and for the lives of the Indian soldiers it aided in taking away.

While most of us revelled in the feeling of having justice served, there were many who dared question if such a 'surgical attack' ever took place. Like our beloved Arvind Kejriwal Ji.


#4 Uri

#4 Uri

The surgical strike was carried out under the blanket of darkness along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir.

This was India's answer to the lives of the Jawans we lost. It was an operation carried out by the Indian Army with the lives of our soldiers on the line, to deliver a resounding answer to Pakistan- We will not sit quietly anymore as you threaten us.


#3 Critics

#3 Critics

While most of us were over the top with a sense of satisfaction at having justice served, there were some who quite simply to put it- questioned the whole thing.

Did a surgical strike really happen?-is what they asked.

Arvind Kejriwal was one among them. Even though he released a video applauding the PM and the surgical strike decision, which by all means can be considered as a sour candy soaked in sweet. A classic double entendre was next seen asking for proof.


#2 People reacted obviously...


#1 It's sad really...

#1 It's sad really...

People questioning their own army?

What right do we have to question in any way? It's like disgracing the Indian Army men who put their life on the line to make this attack a success.

But I hope the critics are listening because the Indian Army just gave the go signal for the surgical attack video to be released.

Seriously shame on us that we need "proof" for the bravery of our Indian Army.









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