Iran Surgical Strike: Iran on the road to India, delivers its soldiers by 'surgical strike' on the border of Pakistan

Iran Surgical Strike: Iran on the road to India, delivers its soldiers by 'surgical strike' on the border of Pakistan


he Iranian army rescued two of its soldiers by a surgical strike along the Pakistan border. Both these soldiers were in the possession of Jaish ul-Adl, a terrorist group for almost two and a half years. Fueled by the continuous attacks of Pakistani terrorists, the Iranian army, while on its way to India, allegedly entered the Pakistani border and performed a surgical strike, and rescued two of its soldiers. It is being told that Iran's highly trained revisionary guards attacked the hideout of the Pakistani terrorist organization Jaish al-Adl and rescued their jawans who were kept for nearly two and a half years.

The Fars News Agency reported that Jaish ul-Adl had taken responsibility for the attack on the Iran army in February 2019, in which many soldiers were killed. The Iran Army carried out this 'surgical strike' on Tuesday night based on secret information. The Iranian army issued a statement saying, "On Tuesday night, a successful operation has been carried out and two captive soldiers were rescued in the possession of Jaish-ul-Adl for the last two and a half years.

Tehran has declared Jaish-ul-Adl as a terrorist organization. The statement said that Iranian soldiers have successfully returned to the country. According to the Anadolu agency, on October 16, 2018, Jaish ul-Adl kidnapped 12 IRGC (Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards) guards. The incident was carried out in the city of Merkava in the Baluchestan province of Pakistan. The area is located near the Pakistan-Iran border. After this, the army of both the countries formed a joint committee to rescue the soldiers.

Jaish ul-Adl has been active on the Pakistan-Iran border for a long time and he attacked the Iranian paramilitary base and killed several Iranian army personnel. The terrorist group has a base in southern Pakistan and started its operations by joining members of the Sunni terrorist group Jundullah in its group. Iran had arrested the commanders of Jundullah. After this, his remaining members went to Jaish-ul-Adl.