'Kai bar poonch seedhi karne mein samay lagta hai': VK Singh lashes out at Pak over repeated ceasefire violations

DNA Monday, 21 October 2019
Speaking after the Indian army destroyed terror camps inside Pakistan occupied Kashmir (Pok) on Sunday following repeated ceasefire violations from across the border to infiltrate terrorists inside J&K, on Sunday, VK Singh said, "Sometimes it takes time to straighten the tail."

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