Nagrota attack: Like the dog’s tail, which does not straighten out, will Pakistan ever change?

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India, Nagrota attack, The never ending saga of Pakistan and it sponsored terrorism is never going to end.  Whatever you change, you can change the clothes and colors or the person who is wearing that uniform it is not going to change anything in Pakistan and its love for terrorist.

It is not even one day when the baton was given from Raheel Sharif to Qamar Bajwa, he became the top most powerful person in Pakistan. India received a severe blow; India lost its best seven precious soldiers by a deadly attack on the Nagrota.


“We need to take note of the fact that this is the (Pakistan) new army chief sending a message. His policy will be the same as followed by the predecessor.” Said RK Singh, India’s MP

It was only yesterday when Bajwa had said, “Everything will be all right on the Line of Control (LoC) soon.” No one would have thought of something like this immediately after his taking over the Commander in chief of Pakistan post.

There has been a long list of terrorism attack being carried out by Pakistan right from the heavy cross border firing, mutilation of Indian soldiers, URI attack and several other attack carried on the Indian soil. It reminds me of an old proverb, A dogs tail never straighten, whatever effort you put.

Latest update on Nagrota Attack

Three militants were killed in the operation that lasted nearly 14-hours after suicide militants dressed in police uniform stormed the 166 field regiment camp at 5.30 am.

Two officers identified as Major Gosavi Kunal Mannadir and Major Akshay Girish Kumar were among the seven soldiers killed in the terror attack.



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