Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Wednesday said the credit for the September 29 surgical strikes goes to the Indian Army and the 127 crore Indian Citizens.
“We don’t take credit for the surgical strikes. One should understand govt takes decision and the government should be cheered,” Parrikar said. He was speaking at an event hosted by the Forum for Integrated Security in Mumbai.
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