DG ISPR rejects India’s surgical strike, only to satisfy public

BAGHSAR, AJK: Director General ISPR Lieutenant General Asim Saleem Bajwa said the unprovoked fire was painted as a surgical strike by senior Indian officials apparently a move to satisfy the public.
The Indian soldiers lost lives during firing at the Line of Control (LoC) on Thursday but Indian army was not accepting the loss of lives at their end. “We are certain they have suffered casualties”, he said while briefing the media persons in Baghsar on Saturday.
He said that they were sure there had been casualties from Indian side. The DG ISPR said that Pakistan Army had defended the country in the past and would do the same now. Warning India he said that Pakistan Army was ready to respond to any aggression of India.