Surgical strike 'proof' — NewsX accesses 2 terror wireless tapes

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| Friday, October 14, 2016 - 09:53
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New Delhi: For those doubting the happening of the surgical strikes across the Line of Control (LoC) in September, this may come as proof. NewsX has exclusively accessed two wireless intercepts which were made on the morning following the surgical strikes carried out by the Indian army. The tapes are proof of the panic that existed at the terror camps after the strikes.

According to tape 1 accessed by NewsX, what can be heard is talks of about 7-8 terrorists being injured while in tape 2 terrorists are heard demanding 'reinforcements.'

As per the tapes, a terrorist codenamed 'Shera' is heard inquiring about the situation from another terrorist. In the conversation, that takes place one of the terrorists talks about massive firing, grenades, and several casualties. He also mentions a radio set being totally destroyed.

This conversation was held around 9:25AM after the night of the strike, when the last Indian squad was returning from across the LoC. A terrorist can be heard on the tape trying to get in touch with another terrorist camp with a specific individual called 'Ghazi'.

An unidentified voice then responds and reports about the current situation at that point of time briefing about grenade attacks and Ghazi being seriously injured.

Briefing more about these tapes, NewsX correspondent Ajay Jandyal said, "This conversation describes that how militants those who were there on the terror camps got scared after seeing the army attacks. The conversation is between two militants who wanted to know what exactly happened there."

The second conversation is about militants and an administrative officer of Pakistan, who wanted to know what exactly happened. The militants were demanding help from the Pak officer.

Speaking on the revelation, Major General (Retd) GD Bakshi said, "I have spent many hours listening to such transcripts, such intercepts when I was the sector commander. I can vouch for the authenticity of this kind of conversation." 

 

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