The so called surgical strikes that India claims it carried out in Kashmir last night were reportedly recorded on cameras and the Indian government will decide whether and when to release the footage, which also includes some drone footage, Indian media reported.

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“Indian soldiers went at least two kilometres across the Line of Control to different parts or sectors, said ministers. “Our forces have gone deep in and come back before sunrise,” they said, adding that Pakistan’s denial of the strikes is expected,” NDTV reported.

Pakistan Army’s media wing, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) on Thursday dismissed the claim that Indian forces conducted a surgical strike on Pakistani side of Line of Control (LoC) in Azad Kashmir violating the 2003 ceasefire treaty.

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In a statement, the ISPR said that no such strike was conducted by Indian forces and that in fact Indian Border Forces had violated ceasefire along the LoC which was befittingly responded by Pakistani forces. Two Pakistani soldiers were martyred by the Indian firing.