Indian Army denies Uri Brigade Commander ‘shifted out’ reports
New Delhi: The Indian Army on Saturday denied all the reports of Uri Brigade Commander K Somashanker being ‘shifted out’ in relation to Uri attacks on Army camp on September 18 last.
There were initial reports of the commander being shifted out of the sensitive brigade but according to a leading newspaper, the Army today waived off all such rumours.
- It may be mentioned that the Indian Army has already launched a probe into the attack to search for the internal loopholes in the Defence forces of the country.
- The Prime Minister Nrendra Modi had held a meeting with Chief of Army Staff General Dalbir Singh, Air Chief Marshall Arup Saha and the Naval Vice Admiral and National Security Advisor Ajit Doval at his residence at 7 Lok Kalyan Marg.
- Later in retaliation, the Army had carried out surgical strikes at the terrorists launch pads along LoC on Pak occupied Kashmir.
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