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Now a film on India's surgical strikes

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Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh is set to make a film on surgical strikes that conducted on terror launch pads across the Line of Control (LoC). It will be titled "MSG - The Lionheart - Hind ka NaPak Ko Jawab".

"I am going to start 'MSG - The Lionheart - Hind Ka NaPak Ko Jawab'. In the film, I will highlight the current situation of our country and answer even those who are asking to prove the surgical strike. Hopefully, we will complete the film within 25 days," Singh said at the success party of his film "MSG: The Warrior Lion Heart".

"The film revolves around the terrorists and jawans (soldiers). It will also talk about the surgical strikes," he added, referring to the surgical strikes carried out by the Indian Army on terror launch pads across the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir last month.

The surgical strikes came after the September 18 cross-border terror attack on an army camp at Uri in Jammu and Kashmir, in which 19 Indian soldiers died.

"We are losing our jawans so often. How many of us care about them? Suddenly some people have started asking for proof. It hurts me and I thought to reply them through my film," he said.

--IANS

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Now a film on India's surgical strikes

Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh is set to make a film on surgical strikes that India conducted on terror launch pads across the Line of Control (LoC). It will be titled "MSG - The Lionheart - Hind ka NaPak Ko Jawab".

Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh is set to make a film on surgical strikes that conducted on terror launch pads across the Line of Control (LoC). It will be titled "MSG - The Lionheart - Hind ka NaPak Ko Jawab".

"I am going to start 'MSG - The Lionheart - Hind Ka NaPak Ko Jawab'. In the film, I will highlight the current situation of our country and answer even those who are asking to prove the surgical strike. Hopefully, we will complete the film within 25 days," Singh said at the success party of his film "MSG: The Warrior Lion Heart".

"The film revolves around the terrorists and jawans (soldiers). It will also talk about the surgical strikes," he added, referring to the surgical strikes carried out by the Indian Army on terror launch pads across the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir last month.

The surgical strikes came after the September 18 cross-border terror attack on an army camp at Uri in Jammu and Kashmir, in which 19 Indian soldiers died.

"We are losing our jawans so often. How many of us care about them? Suddenly some people have started asking for proof. It hurts me and I thought to reply them through my film," he said.

--IANS

iv/nn/vt

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Now a film on India's surgical strikes

Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh is set to make a film on surgical strikes that conducted on terror launch pads across the Line of Control (LoC). It will be titled "MSG - The Lionheart - Hind ka NaPak Ko Jawab".

"I am going to start 'MSG - The Lionheart - Hind Ka NaPak Ko Jawab'. In the film, I will highlight the current situation of our country and answer even those who are asking to prove the surgical strike. Hopefully, we will complete the film within 25 days," Singh said at the success party of his film "MSG: The Warrior Lion Heart".

"The film revolves around the terrorists and jawans (soldiers). It will also talk about the surgical strikes," he added, referring to the surgical strikes carried out by the Indian Army on terror launch pads across the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir last month.

The surgical strikes came after the September 18 cross-border terror attack on an army camp at Uri in Jammu and Kashmir, in which 19 Indian soldiers died.

"We are losing our jawans so often. How many of us care about them? Suddenly some people have started asking for proof. It hurts me and I thought to reply them through my film," he said.

--IANS

iv/nn/vt

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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