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Windjammer

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Ummmm you say the world does not revolve around Indian media yet you started a thread based on Indian media and sources.
I am confused.
Indeed you are confused...
When some French TV channel was discussing the fake claims by Indians about Afghanistan, they weren't exactly revolving and praising the Indian media...
Believing and exposing the crap they print are two different things.
 

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Good job on discrediting the indigenous freedom fighting movement by joining hand in Indian propaganda of “pakistani hand” and “pakistani terrorist”.

It's like when Imran Khan speaks for Taliban, but Pakistanis are saying we have nothing to do with them LOL
 

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i think we should give entire credit to the Kashmiri freedom fighters. i personally think that our military is not providing any sort of assistance to these freedom fighters for almost two decades now. just the moral support. which is sad. but i prey that may our military help them in every way possible. Ameen
 

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As per the latest report, they are cornered to a specific location. we will soon know their identities. Expect confirmations soon
 

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Pak Commandos' Hand Suspected In Deadly J&K Encounter, Say Sources

The group of terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch have been able to evade thousands of security forces for eight days while nine soldiers have died in the encounter.
All IndiaReported by Rajeev Ranjan, Edited by Divyanshu Dutta RoyUpdated: October 17, 2021 10:04 pm IST




Pak Commandos' Hand Suspected In Deadly J&K Encounter, Say Sources' Hand Suspected In Deadly J&K Encounter, Say Sources

The encounter in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch has been underway since earlier this week.



New Delhi:
The ferocity of the fighting between security forces and the group of terrorists holed up in the jungles of Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district for at least eight days suggests the infiltrators were trained by Pakistani commandos, sources in the army and police have said.
Nine soldiers including two Junior Commissioned Officers or JCOs have been killed in the line of duty, fighting these terrorists since Monday, in what has become the deadliest encounter for India's military in Jammu and Kashmir in recent years.

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Jammu and Kashmir Poonch encounter: Security forces have launched a massive operation in the area.
It is also unclear if any of the terrorists have been killed since no bodies have been found yet. The fighting in the 8-9 km stretch of thick forest has continued despite a massive combing operation, a tight cordon and intense shelling.
In the first brush with these terrorists, five soldiers, including a JCO, were killed on the night of October 10 in the Dera Wali Gali area of Poonch, which is close to the Line of Control.

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Subedar Ajay Singh (L) and Subedar Ajay Singh (R) who were killed in the encounter.

Following this, an army group searching for the terrorists were ambushed in the forests of Nar Khas on Thursday. Two soldiers were killed and two more, including a JCO, went missing. Their bodies were recovered after a tough operation two days later.
Sources in the army and the local police suggest that the fact that this group of terrorists have been able to inflict such heavy casualties while managing to evade thousands of security forces for eight days suggests they were trained by elite commandos of the Pakistani military.
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Family members and villagers attend the funeral of rifleman Yogambar Singh (27) killed in the encounter.
"The group of terrorists may also include Pakistani commandos. But we will only know for sure once they are shot down," an officer, requesting not to be named, said.

Going ahead, security sources have been asked to proceed cautiously and instructed that even if the operation gets drawn out, it must be ensured there are no more casualties.
For now, the terrorists are believed to have been cornered in one area and with the help of the army's para commandos and helicopters, security forces are optimistic about an end to the deadly encounter sooner than later, sources said.

If Pak Commando trained folks can do this then just imagine what hell the Commandos can unleash !!
Indian Army is fighting Jinns and not PA soldiers. Panic India Panic, Taliban are coming.
 

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you pakitanis and kashmiris are not brave . you killed a poor feeded poor trained and so innocent indian army . i will see you when you guys will fight a real army . is trah ki yateem army ko to koi bhi mar sakta hai :rofl:
oh these cowards Pakistanis SSG commandos, who are attacking on brave Indian soldiers from behind, why these cowards are hiding in forest , why they not fight like man and face to face :rofl:
 

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Pak Commandos' Hand Suspected In Deadly J&K Encounter, Say Sources

The group of terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch have been able to evade thousands of security forces for eight days while nine soldiers have died in the encounter.
All IndiaReported by Rajeev Ranjan, Edited by Divyanshu Dutta RoyUpdated: October 17, 2021 10:04 pm IST




Pak Commandos' Hand Suspected In Deadly J&K Encounter, Say Sources' Hand Suspected In Deadly J&K Encounter, Say Sources

The encounter in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch has been underway since earlier this week.



New Delhi:
The ferocity of the fighting between security forces and the group of terrorists holed up in the jungles of Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district for at least eight days suggests the infiltrators were trained by Pakistani commandos, sources in the army and police have said.
Nine soldiers including two Junior Commissioned Officers or JCOs have been killed in the line of duty, fighting these terrorists since Monday, in what has become the deadliest encounter for India's military in Jammu and Kashmir in recent years.

qqu4134o


Jammu and Kashmir Poonch encounter: Security forces have launched a massive operation in the area.
It is also unclear if any of the terrorists have been killed since no bodies have been found yet. The fighting in the 8-9 km stretch of thick forest has continued despite a massive combing operation, a tight cordon and intense shelling.
In the first brush with these terrorists, five soldiers, including a JCO, were killed on the night of October 10 in the Dera Wali Gali area of Poonch, which is close to the Line of Control.

qcqmc4d4

Subedar Ajay Singh (L) and Subedar Ajay Singh (R) who were killed in the encounter.

Following this, an army group searching for the terrorists were ambushed in the forests of Nar Khas on Thursday. Two soldiers were killed and two more, including a JCO, went missing. Their bodies were recovered after a tough operation two days later.
Sources in the army and the local police suggest that the fact that this group of terrorists have been able to inflict such heavy casualties while managing to evade thousands of security forces for eight days suggests they were trained by elite commandos of the Pakistani military.
jodje7v

Family members and villagers attend the funeral of rifleman Yogambar Singh (27) killed in the encounter.
"The group of terrorists may also include Pakistani commandos. But we will only know for sure once they are shot down," an officer, requesting not to be named, said.

Going ahead, security sources have been asked to proceed cautiously and instructed that even if the operation gets drawn out, it must be ensured there are no more casualties.
For now, the terrorists are believed to have been cornered in one area and with the help of the army's para commandos and helicopters, security forces are optimistic about an end to the deadly encounter sooner than later, sources said.

If Pak Commando trained folks can do this then just imagine what hell the Commandos can unleash !!
This is understandably right....Especially when you have trained your army to kill armless innocents only. . .!!!
 

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You need to start acting your age rather than jumping up and down and engaging in mindless chest beating. If you are gleeful over Indian soldiers getting killed over an alleged "Pakistani hand or training" you are indirectly promoting the narrative that the foe has for the freedom fighter struggle in Kashmir. They paint the indigenous movement as "Pakistani terrorists" while Pakistan in reality may not have any role in it.
That is why 90s jihadi movement failed. It wasn't Kashmiri owned and therefore ended up harming the separatist movement.
 

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As the Poonch operation enters it's third week, Indian warlords and media are still working on excuses and who to blame.


 

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