The Indian Armed forces took Pakistan by a surprise in the wee hours of the morning by crossing the Line of Control and breaching the Pakistani airspace.
Twelve Mirage 2000 fighter jets struck and destroyed terror camps by dropping 1000 kg payloads each across the Line of Control.
The ADG of the Public Information Department of the Indian Army, which runs its official Twitter handle, has shared some lines from a legendary Hindi poem.
‘क्षमाशील हो रिपु-समक्ष
तुम हुए विनीत जितना ही,
दुष्ट कौरवों ने तुमको
कायर समझा उतना ही।
— ADG PI – INDIAN ARMY (@adgpi) February 26, 2019
In these few words, quoted from the famous poem ‘Shakti Aur Kshyama’ (Power and Forgiveness) written by Ram Dhari Singh Dinkar explaining forgiveness, tolerance, and power, the Indian Army has tried to convey:
‘क्षमाशील हो ॠपु-समक्ष तुम हुये विनीत जितना ही दुष्ट कौरवों ने तुमको कायर समझा उतना ही’, meaning ‘The more forgiving you were in your humane compassion, the more these rouge Kauravas will peg you as a coward’.
‘सच पूछो तो शर में ही बसती है दीप्ति विनय की, संधिवचन सम्पूज्य उसीका जिसमे शक्ति विजय की’, meaning ‘Truth be told, it’s in the arrow that holds the gleam of humility. Only his peace-talk is reputable who is capable of victory’.
The message has gone out today from the Indian Armed forces to everyone, who tries to mess with India, that the Indian Army is standing undeterred, ready to pay back in the same coin.
To avenge the ghastly Pulwama attack the Indian Armed forces went into the Pakistan territory, demolished the targets assigned and spread panic in Pakistan soil.
Today Pakistan has been answered for its treachery. They have been left shamed and unmasked. India has been able to exact a heavy toll on Pakistan.
If India dropped payload in Balakot as claimed by Pakistan, then India did not merely cross the LOC. The Indian Armed Force went farther than Pakistan Occupied Kashmir and attacked Pakistani territory. Reports have emerged which say that the IAF has destroyed Control rooms and launch pads of Jaish-e-Muhammad in Balakot, Muzaffarabad, and Chakothi.