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Did India avenge Kulbhushan by killing 3 Pakistani Commandos today?

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Submitted by admin on Tue, 11/04/2017 - 20:08
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In mid-sea off Gujarat coast, Indian Cost Guard has killed at least three Pakistani Commandos, reported Indian newspapers about an hour ago.

The news report says that Pakistani commandos had entered about 10 nautical miles deep into Indian waters, possibly to get hold of some Indian fishermen. (Yes, Pakistanis do that).

 

With a failing economy, perhaps they have now resorted to kidnapping as a state (after terrorism, obviously!).

The official version right now is that Indian trawler collided with the boat carrying Pakistani commandos but we seriously doubt that.

Coast Guard ship Arinjay handed over the two deadbodies of Pakistani commandos to Pakistan Maritime Security Agency (PMSA). Third one is missing.

According to a news report:

A fleet of PMSA (Pak Maritime Security Agency) boats allegedly entered the Indian territorial waters around 70 nautical miles off the Jakhau port and started rounding up a dozen Indian fishing trawlers which were on a fishing expedition. When they were being escorted to be taken to the Karachi port, fishing trawler Mahenoor broke down and collided with a small fast boat of the PSMA, causing it to capsize with the six commandos on board.

Hence the saying – “do bad, have bad!”

Indian coast guard handed over the dead-bodies of Paki commandos only after they released Indian boats, captured illegally from Indian waters.

Regardless of the kind of stories that are doing rounds on the Internet now, the fact of the matter is that 3 Pakis are dead for good and Indian boats are back home safely.

This could very well be partial retaliation from the Indian side to Pakistan military for announcing death sentence for Indian naval officer Kulbhushan Yadav on false charges.

What do you think?

 

By: KS Bharatiya on Tuesday, April 11th, 2017
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