People in both the countries took to Twitter to give their opinions on the surgical strike by the Indian Army
GN Bureau | September 29, 2016
Looks like someone justified his chest size today.— Chetan Bhagat (@chetan_bhagat) September 29, 2016
This is India. You don't mess with us. Ever. #surgicalstrike.
भारत माता की जय। पूरा देश भारतीय सेना के साथ है— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) September 29, 2016
INC wholeheartedly supports the surgical strike on terror pads in POK by Indian Army. Salute the valour of our armed forces.— Randeep S Surjewala (@rssurjewala) September 29, 2016
There is no opposition today. India is One. Let Indian army create history and entire Nation stands behind them... https://t.co/BkiJijn9qu— dijen Shah (@dijen_shah) September 29, 2016
Indians can not even think of surgical strikes in their dreams. They are born liars of highest level. Pakistan Army knows how to reply back— Amer Khan (@KhanAmerKhan) September 29, 2016
The Indian Army which couldn't defend its own base & suffered 18 dead soldiers from just 4 attackers now crosses the LoC and kills dozens?!— omar r quraishi (@omar_quraishi) September 29, 2016
@ISPR_Official India is claiming surgical strike, stop the nonsense and explain to us how they lying & what you doing?— لال بجھکڑ (@afzaal_k) September 29, 2016
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