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Indian Army denies using cluster bomb on Pakistan

The Indian Army has said that Pakistan regularly tries to push terrorists across the border and India has maintained that it has the right to respond to such action by Pakistan.

The Indian Army has denied using cluster bombs on Pakistan as claimed by Pakistan Armed Forces spokesperson Major General Asif Ghafoor.


The Indian Army has said that Pakistan regularly tries to push terrorists across the border and India has maintained that it has the right to respond to such action by Pakistan. Indian Army clarified that such action, however, are only against military targets and infiltrating terrorists who are aided by the Pakistan Army. Calling out Pakistan’s bluff and propaganda, the Army said that the allegations of firing cluster bombs by India is yet another Pakistan’s lie, deceit and deception.

Situation in the valley has heated up after the Indian Army mobilised additional troops in Kashmir and the Amarnath Yatra was cancelled based on specific terror inputs.

Recently, the Indian army had recovered Pakistan made IED and American M-24 sniper from the Amarnath Yatra route. On Friday afternoon, Chinar Corps Commander Lt General K.J.S. Dhillon held a press conference to apprise the prevailing situation in Jammu & Kashmir. He was accompanied by some other officers of the Indian Army.

While the land mine bearing marks of the Pakistan Ordnance Factory was displayed at the press conference, it certainly points out a definitive role of Pakistan in fueling terrorism in the valley.

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