Surgical Strikes: The Phone Call That Nailed Pakistan's Lie
Surgical Strikes: The Telephone Conversation That Nailed Pakistan's Lie
Fifty three per cent Indians said military rule would be a good thing. Representative image of army soldiers. (File photo: Reuters)
One phone call that CNN-News18’s Investigations Editor Manoj Gupta made to a senior police official in PoK who, under the impression he was speaking to his superior, rattled off the events of that tumultuous night and confirmed every single claim made by the Indian Army.
Ghulam Akbar, Superintendent of Police (Special Branch) of the Mirpur Range in PoK, is heard admitting that the surgical strikes had indeed taken place at many sectors on the early hours of September 29.
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