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Surgical strikes sent Pakistan a message, says Army chief

IndiaTimes Friday, 3 January 2020
There are enough viable and effective options to teach punitive lessons to Pakistan for aiding and abetting cross-border terrorism without crossing its nuclear red-lines, like it was done during the "surgical strikes" of September 2016 and the Balakot air strikes in February last year, Army chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane said on Friday.
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News video: Army Chief General MM Naravane warns Pakistan's proxy war will end soon | OneIndia News

Army Chief General MM Naravane warns Pakistan's proxy war will end soon | OneIndia News 01:25

In his first interview after taking over as the Chief of Army Staff, Army Chief General MM Naravane sent a stern warning to Pakistan. He said that India reserves the right to preemptively strike at the sources of terror. He also added that Pakistan carries on a proxy war against India and this cannot...

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