NEW DELHI  – As India’s claims of conducting ‘surgical strikes’ over Pakistani soil has largely met with rebuttal and has been declared ‘grotesque’ by experts, suspicion over India’s official version is growing across the border as well.

Arvind Kejriwal, Chief Minister of Delhi on Monday demanded that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi should release footages of ‘strikes’ as evidence.

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Pakistan has already rebuffed the absurd claim as an “illusion being deliberately generated by the Indian to create false effects,” Arvind said.

Asserting that foreign media is backing Pakistan’s claim, Kejrival, a habitual critic of Modi, in a three-minute-long video message posted on his Facebook page, said: “My blood boils to see such reports.”

The concerns raised by Delhi CM are followed by the refusal from UN to confirm the Indian claims of ‘surgical strikes.’

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Pakistan Army on Saturday took independent journalists to the Line of Control (LoC) at Baghsir 20 kilometers from Bhimber to show the situation on ground.

Indian government alleged Pakistan after Uri attack and claimed surgical strikes by its military on its side of the border in Kashmir region.