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Prime Minister Modi warns ministers against bragging about surgical strike


New Delhi:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reportedly warned his  ministers against bragging about and speaking speaking out of turn on the Indian Army’s surgical strikes on terrorist launch pads across the Line of Control (LoC) last week.

The PM made it clear to his ministerial colleagues at a cabinet meeting on Wednesday, according to media reports.

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He reportedly said  only those authorised should speak on the strikes, in which several terrorist launch pads located in the Pakistan occupied Kashmir were said to have been destroyed.

Pakistan has denied any surgical strike having taken place, claiming there was only cross-border firing, while the Indian Army say they possess video footage of the attack.

Opposition Congress leaders and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal have said proof of the strikes must be shared by the government.

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Meanwhile, reports said the Indian Army  have handed over the video of the surgical strike  to the Government.

The video shot by drone cameras is 90-minutes long.

Reports said the Indian Army have given the green signal to the government to release the video to silence the critics expressing doubts over the surgical strike in Pakistan.

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