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Post surgical strikes by Indian Army, bodies of terrorists taken away on trucks for secret burial: Report
Post the 29 September surgical attack by the Indian Army on terror launch pads across the Line of Control, some opposition party leaders are busy in demanding release of the evidence to prove the same. They also demanded "to call Pakistan's bluff," as it claims no such attack took place on their land, by releasing the footage of the surgical strikes.

While the government is yet to take any call over such demands, the Indian Express claims to have gathered some fresh details about the incident from some eyewitnesses of the surgical attack that might answer many questions.

As per the report, dead bodies of the suspected terrorists were allegedly taken onto trucks for secret burials. The information was given to the English daily by the eyewitnesses on the Indian side of the border through an encrypted chat system.

However, these eyewitnesses also said that the fatalities may not be as high as it been told. The reports further say that as per the eyewitnesses, a "brief but intense fire engagements" took place that destroyed buildings housing the terrorists.

Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam even went on to call the surgical strikes 'fake' yesterday. However, his party quickly dissociated itself from the potentially controversial statement.

"Indian National Congress disagrees completely from the statement of Sanjay Nirupam. It has taken a serious note," said party's chief spokesman, Randeep Surjewala.

But then, the Congress claimed that it has also made such surgical strikes in the past, but never made it public in the interest of national security.

Although Arvind Kejriwal had praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the brave stand against Pakistan, he also urged the government to release proof to counter Pakistan's claims.

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