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02 May 2017 Current Events India's DGMO Calls Mutilation of Soldiers an Inhuman Act

As per reports, after two Indian soldiers were beheaded by the Pakistani forces, the Indian Directors General of Military Operations (DGMO) told his Pakistani counterpart that the act was inhuman and beyond civility.

The Indian army has reportedly vowed an apt response to the act of mutilating the bodies of the soldiers.

However, Pakistani army denied any involvement in the attack and the act.


India's DGMO Calls Mutilation of Soldiers an Inhuman Act

As per reports, after two Indian soldiers were beheaded by the Pakistani forces, the Indian Directors General of Military Operations (DGMO) told his Pakistani counterpart that the act was inhuman and beyond civility.

The Indian army has reportedly vowed an apt response to the act of mutilating the bodies of the soldiers.

However, Pakistani army denied any involvement in the attack and the act.




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