Four years ago, on this day, 18 September 2016, Uri was attacked. Four brigades of Jaish-e-Mohammed attacked the brigade headquarters of the army at 5.30 am. 19 soldiers were killed in the attack. Many were injured. The army had killed all four terrorists in this 6-hour long encounter. Ten days later, 150 commandos of the Indian Army entered the enemy range at POK at midnight 28–29 September.
He also blew up several launch pads of militants in the Bimbar, Kel, Tattapani and Lipa areas there. The commandos carried out the operation in such a way that the Pakistani army did not even realize India’s move. Raw and military intelligence had vigorously monitored every movement of terrorists in this mission. At least 40 terrorists were killed in this operation.