A Times of India report claims that Lashker-e-Taiba (LeT) ‘suffered the maximum damage in the cross-LoC surgical strikes on terror launch pads+ carried out by Indian army with assessment’ as per reports of radio intercepts, which indicate that around 20 of its militants were killed.

The assessment reports said to be available from Indian army field units which included radio conversations between various Pakistani formations showed maximum damage was inflicted on LeT at Dudniyal launch pad in Azad Kashmir, opposite to Kupwara sector of North Kashmir, according to ToI sources.

The sources told the Indian newspaper that five teams culled out from the army division in the area were tasked to destroy launch pads of terror groups located at Kail also known as Kel and Dudniyal.

The operation, which India claims to have started on the intervening night of September 28 and 29, the Indian army moved across the LoC and claims to have smashed four launch pads that were under the guard of a Pakistani post located 700 metres from the LoC.

The ToI sources said that the terrorists were not expecting an action by the Indian army and therefore were taken by surprise.

Pakistan has rejected the claims of Indian army and said that no surgical strikes were carried out.