Video Shows Army Destroying Pak Bunker With Tanks, Missiles

The video precedes the attack on two Indian jawans who were beheaded last week by Pakistan.

Anti-tank guided missile fired by the Indian Army destroyed a Pak bunker.

Highlights

  • Anti-tank guided missile fired by Indian Army destroys Pak post along LoC
  • It precedes attack on Indian jawans mutilated by Pak army: source
  • The missiles were may have been fired in April, say sources
New Delhi: A widely-circulated video on social media today shows a Pakistani bunker along the Line of Control, the de facto border in Kashmir, being destroyed by an anti-tank guided missile fired by the Indian Army.

Sources have told NDTV that the video precedes the attack on two Indian jawans who were beheaded last week by Pakistan.

It's unclear where or exactly when the incident took place though some sources have indicated that it was likely in April this year.

Audio seems to indicate that subsequent explosions on the same bunker were caused after Indian tanks opened up with their main guns. After the initial hit by an anti-tank missile, a jawan is heard saying "tank ka [shell] lag gaya - gira diya. Haan ji, Haan-ji '' (the tank's ammunition has brought it down).

Later on in the video, after subsequent explosions on the post, the same voice is again heard saying, ''Aa gaya tank ka, sahib, tank ka aa gaya" (the tank has done it).
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