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Leopard's urine helped Indian army to succeed in Surgical strike

Nabanita Dutta

News Editor

During the surgical strikes in Pakistan in 2016 Indian army used Leopard's urine and faeces to scare off the dogs from that area. Indian army studied the areas well and found out that the leopards often attack the dogs there, hence the Leopard urine became useful. Indian army identified the terrorists launch pads, 15 km inside Pakistan territory at 3:30am. The highly secret operation had stunned the Pak military leaders.