Told and Untold operations of Indian Military

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    rishivashista13 Regular Member

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    Indian Defence forces has done many great operations , some are known and some are unknown .

    Here we will discuss and analyze the operations done by our armed forces .

    Some unknown incidents , events will be told and some known operations , brave heart stories will be retold and discussed here .

    All members are invited .

    JAI HIND .





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    Operation White Wash .

    When India tested KALI 5000 system live , by destroying pakistani 6 NLI BN headquarters .........................

    Read full operation here .
    https://elitepredators.wordpress.com/2016/10/09/the-indian-white-walkers/

    Warning Spoilers !!

    Posting events of D day -

    On the d-day IL-76 flew from Sarsawa and soon positioned themselves at the required altitude and pre designated coordinates. 1 AWACS and 1 IL-78 mid air refuler took off from Agra and were given co-ordinates and call signs to help 2 classified flying objects over Uttrakhand skies. RAW ops are always strictly need to know basis. AWACS staff was little puzzled seeing few plain cloth men on board overseeing them but nobody questioned. AWACS were also tasked to vector in 6 Mirages from Gwalior and 4 SU 30s from Lohegaon (Pune) in support of those 2 classified flying objects. Mirages and SU 30s were airborne since 2 in the morning and taking turns to scan the area around 2 unknown birds. At 4 in the morning the shooting started and as expected early morning rare environment helped a lot in precision. SASE team had earmarked the points after detailed analysis of images at satellite data reception centre and 3-D Terrain Visualization Center. DRDO’s team KALI was shooting at right places with laser gun being fed with precise coordinates. By 5:40 AM massive snow started hurtling towards plains where 6 NLI BN HQ was situated. It was a dry snow avalanche and very soon massive slabs of snow attained speed of around 300km/hour. Outposts of 6 NLI troops and other Pakistani troops must have seen the mass of snow coming down and might have tried to alert the HQ. But that massive avalanche not only had snapped the communication lines but also blasted away some outposts. And 300km/hr is a speed coupled with thousand tones of cruising mass which can beat any wit or training. Even Indian observation party at “S” post was horrified to see such large avalanche. Within 10-15 minutes everything was covered with 80-100 feet of snow. Indian soldiers looking that were horrified too and it was the real “tandav” of KALI who as per Hindu mythology has defeated “Shiva” the greatest and official destroyer of the Universe.

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    But , they are discussing it on pakistani media . There expert is also saying that it was done by directed energy weapon of India .
    As such large avalanches can't occur at 4 am , they occurs at around afternoon time when snow melts , this avalanche was created intentionally by some type of directed energy weapon .



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    So is discussion on Pakistani media a criterion for truth? Do you know what else they discuss on Pakistani media?
    BS. lots of avalanches occur at night. Roger's pass avalanche is a case in point. Kindly prove otherwise if you disagree.
     
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    I don't know much about avalanche , but all experts and reports on that incident talk about possibly of indian intervention , because there was no reason for such large avalanche to happen at that time . No wind nor temperature nor weather conditions snowfall etc .

    Read some articles , wikipedia etc on that incident all are talking about this possibility .

    वैसे भी , this type of operations and experiments will never come in mainstream , you can only find some hints and clues .

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    Operation Ginger .

    How Indian army take revenge of our beheaded martyrs ....................

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    Documents pertaining to the 2011 surgical strikes, code-named Operation Ginger, conducted by India across the LoC after a Pakistani attack on a remote Army post in Gugaldhar ridge in Kupwara claimed 6 soldiers.
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    Over a few weeks in the summer of 2011, India and Pakistan staged two of the bloodiest cross-border surgical strikes in which at least 13 soldiers were killed, and six of them decapitated. Five of those heads were carried across the border as trophies — two to Pakistan and three to India.

    Official documents, video and photographic evidence accessed by the The Hindu, chillingly capture the two cross-border raids and the brutality of the tit-for-tat cycle which seems far deadlier than what is publicly acknowledged.

    Major General (retired) S.K. Chakravorty, who planned and executed the operation as the chief of Kupwara-based 28 Division, confirmed the raid to The Hindu.

    However, he refused to discuss further details.

    The Pakistani raiders struck a remote army post in Gugaldhar ridge in Kupwara, on the afternoon of July 30, 2011, surprising the six soldiers from the Rajput and Kumaon regiments. The 19 Rajput Battalion was to be replaced by 20 Kumaon around the time the Pakistani Border Action Team (BAT) struck. The attacking team took back the heads of Havildar Jaipal Singh Adhikari and Lance Naik Devender Singh of 20 Kumaon. A soldier of the 19 Rajput, who reported the attack, died later in a hospital.

    Reconnaisance mission

    In revenge, the Indian Army planned Operation Ginger, which would turn out to be one of the deadliest cross-border raids carried out by the Indian Army in recent memory.

    To carry out the revenge attack at least seven reconnaissance — physical and air surveillance mounted on UAV — missions were carried out to identify potential targets.

    Consequently, three Pakistani army posts were determined to be vulnerable: Police Chowki, a Pakistani army post near Jor, Hifazat and Lashdat lodging point. The mission was to spring an ambush on Police Chowki to inflict maximum casualty.

    According to a secret report of the raid, accessed by this newspaper, different teams for ambush, demolition, surgical strike and surveillance were constituted following the Gugaldhar beheadings.

    A few days after the beheading, Indian Army discovered a video clip from a Pakistani militant who was killed in an encounter while crossing into Kashmir, showing Pakistanis standing around the severed heads of Adhikari and Singh displayed on raised platform. The Hindu has a copy of the video.

    After repeated recce over two months, the Army launched Operation Ginger on Tuesday, August 30. According to one of those involved in the operation, “We decided on Tuesday because in the past, including in Kargil war (of 1999) we always tasted victory on this day. We deliberately planned the operation just a day before the Eid as it was the time when Pakistanis least expected a retaliation,” he said.

    For the strike, about 25 soldiers, mainly Para Commandos, reached their launch-pad at 3 a.m. on August 29 and hid there until 10 p.m. They then crossed over the Line of Control to reach close to Police Chowki. By 4 a.m. on August 30, the planned day of the attack, the ambush team was deep within the enemy territory waiting to strike.

    Over the next hour, claymore mines were placed around the area and the commandos took positions for the ambush, waiting for clearance through secure communication route. At 7 a.m. on August 30, the troops saw four Pakistani soldiers, led by a Junior Commissioned Officer, walking towards the ambush site. They waited till the Pakistanis reached the site then detonated the mines. In the explosions all four were grieviously injured. Then the raiding commandoes lobbed grenades and fired at them.

    One of the Pakistani soldiers fell into a stream that ran below. Indian soldiers rushed to chop off the heads of the other three dead soldiers. They also took away their rank insignias, weapons and other personal items. The commandos then planted pressure IED’s beneath one of the bodies, primed to explode when anyone attempted to lift the body.

    Hearing the explosions, two Pakistani soldiers rushed from the post but were killed by a second Indian team waiting near the ambush site. Two other Pakistani army men tried to trap the second team but a third team covering them from behind eliminated the two, says an official report.

    While the Indian soldiers were retreating, another group of Pakistani soldiers were spotted moving from Police Chowki towards the ambush site. Soon they heard loud explosions, indicating the triggering of the IEDs planted under the body, according to the report. According to assessment, at least two to three more Pakistani soldiers were killed in that blast.

    The operation had lasted 45 minutes, and the Indian team left the area by 7.45 a.m. to head back across the LoC. The first team reached an Indian army post at 12 noon and the last party by 2.30 p.m.. They had been inside enemy territory for about 48 hours, including for reconnaissance. At least eight Pakistani troops had been killed and another two or three more Pakistani soldiers may have been fatally injured in the action. Three Pakistani heads — of Subedar Parvez, Havildar Aftab and Naik Imran — three AK 47 rifles and other weapons were among the trophies carried back by the Indian soldiers.

    No traces

    “But this was not without the heart pounding moments. We got a message on our secure line that one of our jawans accidentally fell on a mine and blew his finger while exfiltrating. Till the time you have seen the person, it was difficult to say what exactly could have happened. He came back safely with his buddies,” said the source.

    The severed heads were photographed, and buried on the instructions of senior officers. Two days later, one of the senior most Generals in the command turned up and asked the team about the heads. “When he came to know that we had buried them, he was furious and asked us to dig up the heads, burn them and throw the ashes into the Kishenganga, so that no DNA traces are left behind. We did so,” said the source.

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    INSIDE PATHANKOT


    After serious attack warnings on Armed Forces of intelligence agencies everybody was on alert and the incident with SP of Pathankot sealed it with clear threat possibilities. As intelligence warned IAF assets were secured and Garuds were called in to secure the air force perimeter.



    Wait you must be asking that in such important establishment like Pathankot Air Force Base there was no SF personnel present on that time ??

    Actually IAF Garuds also serve in chattisgarh in maoist infected areas, they are serving in operations and also providing security to IAF assets deployed in those areas cause the best need to be around in such areas thats why pathankot was left unsupervised and a new team was called in to secure the perimeter. Corporal Shailabh Gaur with Corporal Gursevak Singh were senior faces in the team they arrived at Pathankot AFB on 1st January at 2000 hours. These bravehearts didn’t take any rest and divided their teams and started patrolling the huge campus.



    Information of movement on boundary walls clicked in, Garud swiftly moved towards the wall but found nothing, to ensure full security they checked the same spot 2-3 time that night but an IAF chopper flying regular sorties trace suspicious activity on the same spot with its thermal imagers and heat seakers, Gaurds rushed to the site this time the call was made by chopper means something must be there, Garuds put their game face on and started sanitizing the area using their fine room intervention skills searching the area but got nothing, but there was non concreted narrow road going towards some bushes Corporal Shailabh Gaur and Corporal Gursevak Singh who are best buddies were taking point followed by rest of the team.



    Garuds were armed to teeth with modern assault riffles to NVG’s but while searching the areas Garuds find trails of trespassing they follow the lead and suddenly shots fired from bushes, Gursevak was hit and fall on ground like a dead man Shailabh returned fire with his Tavor in full automatic mode but the kind of heavy fire terrorist were inflicting make Shailabh stay in cover, the teammates already requested backup from HQ.



    CPL Shailabh seen movement in Gurusevak he try to pull him in cover but got hit by a burst of ak, he was down with 4 bullets and a grenade splinter though such serious injuries he was firing and giving support to his team NSG and Garuds backed up his team and after 3 hour in ferocious firefight and loosing about 3 litres of blood CPL Shailabh got medical attention and he was operated at 0700 hours of 2nd January, Later NSG and Garuds eliminated all militants and CPL Shailabh Gaur celebrated the mission completion news in ICU with wet eyes of loosing his best buddy.



    CPL Shailabh said Gursevak a friend was a true khalsa and a true warrior who fought for our motherland bravely and sacrificed himself, we proud of him.



    India lost 7 bravehearts in these attacks 5 from DSC who have shown unmatchable bravery 1 from Garud and 1 from NSG, their sacrifice can never be forgotten they will always remain immortal in our minds and in our hearts apart from fatal casualties we suffered 20 non fatar casualties in which 8 were from IAF and 12 NSG personnels were injured.
    I sincerely thank Shailabh Sir for taking time and talking to me and telling us what they suffered and what they done for the country at last when i ask how you feel today about pathankot he said “I am glad i served my nation and secured those highly precious IAF assets and will do it anytime in future for my motherland” – Fine words by a true patriot.



    Jai hind.

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