After the Uri attacks that claimed lives of 19 of our soldiers, the Indian Army carried out the surgical attacks along the LoC which was a befitting response to the continuous infiltrations that keep happening on the border.
As some of us hailed the Indian Army for this much-needed move (that defied the nation’s pacifist tag), the other section demanded legit proof of the surgical attacks, thus pointing fingers at the Indian Army and becoming a part of the ugly mudslinging campaign.
After pakistan media which is continuously mocking the strikes, suggests it is a false claim by the Indian government and Army and no such surgical strike happened, Arvind Kejriwal joined the league.
Arvind Kejriwal released a video in which he was lauding the PM’s efforts for launching the surgical attacks.
It’s not very hard to understand and conclude from the video that it’s nothing less of a gimmick that Arvind Kejriwal has resorted to. When he asked the PM to release the surgical attack video to counter Pakistan’s pointless allegations, he indirectly asked for ‘proof’.
And people instantly took twitter to mock his gimmick attempt :
#SurgicalStrike is not a sting operation or sex tape to be played on TRP hungry TV. If u don't believe your own Army, problem lies with you.
— Chetan Bhagat (@chetan_bhagat) October 3, 2016
Don't fall into trap. He is not praising at all. He is indirectly asking for proof
— Dilip Jain 🇮🇳 (@dilipjain1979) October 3, 2016
— Manikant Kant (@ManikantKant) October 3, 2016
Now that this agenda became a national trend, Indian Army has finally given a green signal to release the footage of the surgical attack.
The Armed forces will release the video for the government to use it according to their convenience, in any manner they find suitable.
The final decision on this rests with the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO).