<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A year after the crucial surgical strikes by the Indian Army across the Line of Control, strategic informations are now being made public.General Officer Commanding-in-Chief of Indian Army’s Northern Command (retired) Lieutenant General DS Hooda, the archietct of the surgical strikes, revealed that the operations were live-streamed back to the army headquarters in Udhampur and Delhi.In an interview to a news channel, Hooda said, “Yes, we were getting the images live. I was sitting in the operations room in our command headquarters in Udhampur. I saw the entire operation live how our teams attacked the targets, and the entire live feed was being sent to Delhi Army Headquarters.”However, he refused to divulge that who was watching the surgical strikes in Delhi.A year ago, on the intervening night of September 28 and 29, two teams of para commandos (Special Forces) of Indian Army crossed the Line of Control to destrroy the terror launchpads.Known as Operation X, the surgical strikes were seen as an answer to the Uri attack on September 18.The attack in Uri was the bloodiest assult on an army camp that killed 19 soldiers.Hooda had earlier said that the moment Pakistan denied any such operation, the army knew that it had achieved the mission.The surgical strikes was seen as an military operation that helped Prime Minister Narendra Modi to cement his political presence.The country saw him as a strong leader who meant business.The army also felt that the ‘no first use’ policy is now thing of past and it can undertake major offensive assault.

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Surgical strikes anniversary: How Indian Army live-streamed operations on terror launchpads