MUMBAI – Though no evidence could pacify the growing agitation over its claims of surgical strikes, India, probably in a last and final attempt to substantiate its claims has taken up a ‘serious’ project that involves proving surgical strikes through dramatizing the whole episode across the Line of Control that India claims took place on September 28.
Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, chief of Dera Sacha Sauda, a non-profit Social Welfare and Spiritual Organization has announced to make a film on surgical strikes that India claimed it conducted on ‘terror launch pads’ across the Line of Control (LoC).
The film will be titled MSG – The Lionheart – Hind ka NaPak Ko Jawab.
Singh said he will tranquilize the current heated debate and disordered political scenario through a film that bears authenticity of the surgical strikes, adding that the film revolves around the ‘terrorists’ and jawans (soldiers).
“I am going to start MSG – The Lionheart – Hind Ka NaPak Ko Jawab. In the film, I will highlight the current situation of our country and answer even those who are asking to prove the surgical strike. Hopefully, we will complete the film within 25 days.”
Singh says the film would be a reply to everyone who thinks that the world is not thoughtful when it comes to Jawaans. He added, “We are losing our jawans so often. How many of us care about them? Suddenly some people have started asking for proof. It hurts me and I thought to reply them through my film.” Singh has not revealed about the caste of his film yet.
A storm followed after India claimed it carried out surgical strikes on Pakistani soil to attack ‘Pakistan-funded militants’, with many people accusing India’s ruling party of politicizing the death of Indian soldiers during cross-fire.