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Pakistan used pigeons and mules to perpetrate Uri attack - Indian army official


The pigeons were controlled with latest electronic devices and dynamites were tied to their bodies in this latest ‘fidayeen’ style attacks

New Delhi- 17 army soldiers were killed and terrorist injured more than 19 in a suicide bombing on the military camp in Uri sector of J&K. The terrorists who were four in no. attacked the camp near the headquarter of the 12th brigade at Uri in Baramulla District.

The large toll of causalities in the army camp can be attributed to the reason that soldiers of the Dogra Regiment were present in the temporary tents and other structures in the camp and as the suicide bombers hit the camp, the tents caught fire which spread to the other part of the camp killing many soldiers.

The soldiers were resting as the attack was done at early morning hours near 4:00 AM.This terror attack is believed to be an act of heavily armed terrorists who infiltrated through LoC along Salambad Nallah.

In a new revelation, an Indian army official has revealed that Pakistan used Pigeons and mules to penetrate into Uri sector;  “The pigeons were controlled through specialized electronic devices and dynamites were tied to their bodies in this latest ‘fidayeen’ style attacks. The pigeons had Pakistan flag painted on them”

“Mules tied with jets were also used to attack the Army camp at Uri to support the highly armed militants. “All mules have now been neutralized as well.

“Pellet guns have proven to be successful in neutralizing both armed pigeons and unarmed civilians. Pellet guns were used to shoot down the pigeons and limit the damage inflicted on the army camp,”

The army has taken over the control of the situation and searches operations are going on and on another side the neutralizing and sanitizing operations are also going on in the attacked area. Army has deployed helicopters from Army’s 19th Division headquarters to evacuate the injured soldiers.

General Dalbir Singh Suhag and Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar are going to Kashmir to look into the situation and may also meet the wounded.

Union home Minister Mr. Rajnath Singh has postponed his Russia and US departure and is monitoring the situation. He spoke with J&K CM Mehbooba Mufti and Governer N.N. Vohra about the attack. He also conducted a high-level meeting and instructed the Union Home Secretary Rajeev Maharishi and other MHA officers to monitor the situation closely.

There have been several attacks on the armed forces in Kashmir, but this one is deadliest in the recent times. These attacks on armed troops in India especially J&K have become major international diplomatic issue.

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