Myanmar operation exposed: Indian soldiers' images proven fake - 2y
NEW DELHI: (Dunya News) Indian claim to have done an operation inside Myanmars territory has on Thursday been proven false and all the images of the Indian soldiers have been proven fake as the Indian Defence Minister himself stated that no images of the operation had been released.
Moreover, Myanmar government also denied the Indian claim, reported Dunya News.
According to the details, Indian government and army had claimed to have conducted an operation against the insurgents inside Myanmar territory.
Later, Modi government and leaders of the ruling party started to say that the operation was also a warning for Pakistan.
However, the claim was forced to bite dust when the images of the operation shown by the Indian media were denied by the spokesperson of Indian Defence Ministry who said that no images of the operation had been released.
A Clarification: MoD has NOT issued any photo relating to Indian Army action along Indo-Myanmar border in the North East, so far.
Sitanshu Kar (@SpokespersonMoD) June 11, 2015 On the other hand, the hawks in the BJP government who had been claiming to have given a message to Pakistan through this operation were snubbed by the Indian army itself.
Lieutenant General Subarta Saha said that the situation at the India-Myanmar border has no similarity with that of the Line of Control.
Meanwhile, the Myanmar government has outright rejected the Indian claim, terming it a heap of lies.
The presidential spokesperson said that India is lying.
The operation was conducted inside the Indian territory, he said.
Moreover, the opposition party Indian National Congress has also mocked the Modi governments claims.
Congress leader Ajay Makeen said that the Indian army had not made any claims of having violated the Myanmar territory.
Modi government uselessly boasting off, he added.
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