Indian Army Busts Pakistan Army's Fake Propaganda On Indian Casualties

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Continuing its crackdown on fake news in the Valley, sources in the Indian Army have reportedly claimed that the tweet posted by Maj Asif Ghafoor is fake

Written By Suchitra Karthikeyan | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Continuing its crackdown on fake news in the Valley, sources in the Indian Army, on Thursday have reportedly claimed that the tweet posted by Pakistan's Major General Asif Ghafoor is a hoax. Ghafoor had baselessly claimed on Tuesday in his tweet that the Indian fire had martyred 3 civilians. He went on to claim that six Indian soldiers had been killed while destroying two Indian Army bunkers. He claimed this occured when the Pakistan Army fired along the Line of Control (LOC) in the Tatta Pani sector.

Army sets the record straight

Sources have further reported that the Indian Army claims that the tweet shared by Ghafoor, who is the Spokesperson of the Pakistan Armed Forces using his official handle (DG ISPR) proves that 'Pakistan as a nation is only propaganda machinery'. Meanwhile, setting the record straight, the Indian Army allegedly suffered one fatal casualty and four non-fatal casualties while replying to Pakistan's cross-fire violation, as per sources. The Army has promptly shared the information to the press. This is also covered by the media on a national basis.

Explaining the intention behind Pakistan Army's attempts at sharing false casualty numbers, the Indian Army states that it is 'Pakistan's deliberate design to up the ante along the LOC to desperately seek international attention, according to sources. They also added that unlike the Pakistan Army, the Indian Army never hides the casualties. This statement is aimed at dismissing all rumours about false casualties. Pakistan has been spreading false rumours since the abrogation of article 370.

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