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10 Comments on "10 Images That Capture The Indian Military’s Massive Rescue Effort In Jammu & Kashmir"
This is the punishment given by Allah for kicking out kashmiri pandits from the valley. Indian army is the only saviour. Don't go behind separatist traitors. Now where are they ? Mirwait, Piglani are cosy in their houses off course on high ground.
in the 4th image OF IL-76,What's that place at it's tail end…
Don't worry same Kashmiris will try to kill army personnel after this is over with Paki help !!
East of west Indian army is the best
R.I.P for those who suffered these floods and lost their lives
INDIAN Army , Air force , NDRF are doing great job in rescue effort,
Maybe its time for some of the people of J&K to think about on whom the stones shall be pelted next time…..
Where are the separatists now????
Kashmir IS, WILL and ALWAYS be the integral Part of INDIA
NO HAFEEZ SAEED, ZAID HAMID or any porki cousin f**ker can take it from us
Soon The Crown of the Nation will be restored to its glory
BECAUSE ITS THE WHOLE NATION FOR THE STATE……
Good job by forces – they are at their best in crisis. But let us not be too harsh on Kashmiris who are complaining. They have also been showered with our bullets for more than twenty years. Cannot expect them to show same love for forces that we do.
Indian Army Is The Best….!
Anonymous @ 10:24 PM… I believe it's the tailgunner's position on the rear of the IL-76.Hats off to Air-force & Army (even the Navy for lending its Marcos) for this massive relief operation.And special appreciations for air-force who have always been criticized for not maintaining and flying all their birds, but this time without any accidents or glitches even in these adverse conditions. The critics can keep their mouth shut for a while.
God Bless the armed forces, army navy and airforce…. not to forget the NDRF also..