India trashes Pakistani media report that called surgical strikes a ‘bluff’

On Friday for “concocting” a story that claimed foreign secretary S Jaishankar admitted the recent surgical strikes by the Indian Army across the LoC were a “bluff”, Bharat lashed out at a Pakistan daily, asserting that the news was baseless.

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Vikas Swarup, external affairs ministry spokesperson said, it’s “completely concocted and baseless”. powerfully reacting to the story in Pakistan’s The News International report titled ‘Indian FS admits surgical strikes was a bluff’.

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Swarup said, they need had no any speech since on this subject. Martin Ney, The German ambassador, on September 29, in the group of foreign envoys briefed by the foreign secretary on the surgical strikes.

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The News International, citing a source, In its report on Friday, claimed that “the Indian Foreign Secretary has categorically denied and said that there was no ‘surgical strike’ undertaken by Indian Military” in Pakistan-occupied Jammu and Kashmir.