Omar Abdullah says there needs to be discussion on whether surgical strikes changed anything on ground

Srinagar: Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Thursday said nothing could be gained by debating if surgical strikes against militants' camps in PoK took place or not but what needed to be pondered was if it changed anything on ground.

File image of former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah. PTI

File image of former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah. PTI

"There is nothing to be gained from debating whether the #SurgicalStrikes took place. What we should be objectively discussing is what the strikes changed on the ground," Omar wrote on his Twitter handle.

He was reacting to surfacing of a fresh video purportedly of surgical strikes carried out by the Army against terror camps in Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir on 29 September 2016, 11 days after a deadly militant attack on an Army base in Uri sector of Kashmir which had left 19 jawans dead and several others injured.


Updated Date: Jun 28, 2018 15:23 PM

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