We bet you all have seen the video of Indian Army destroying the Pakistani bunkers along the Line of Control (LoC). The 1.41-minute video has been going viral and is being termed as the counter-strike on Pakistan a week after two Indian soldiers were allegedly beheaded by Pakistani forces.
For those who don’t know, earlier this month, Pakistani Special Forces sneaked into the Poonch sector of Jammu and Kashmir and beheaded two Indian soldiers. The incident occurred when a joint team of BSF and the army had gone to crosscheck the reports about landmines being planted by Pakistani troops on the Indian side.
Someone is heard saying-
‘Tank ka lag gaya, gira diya..hanji..hanji. Hit ho raha, hit ho raha….gira diya. Yeh to gaya, ek bunker toh gaya (Tank has been hit, it has been hit..it has been brought down…One bunker is gone).’
And a week after this horrific incident, a video started doing rounds of Indian Army destroying some Pakistani bunkers, and it went viral as soon as it surfaced. And while several people and media reports called it a retaliation and praised the Indian Army, it turns out that the truth behind the video is something else.
— Major Gaurav Arya (@majorgauravarya) May 8, 2017
A report in TOI said that the ‘undated video’ is an old video, and it was shot much before the beheadings. The report said that Defence Ministry and Army has confirmed that this video was shot in another sector of LoC.