Army used Leopard’s urine in Surgical Strike

Army used Leopard’s urine in Surgical Strike

The Indian Army carried leopard's urine to scare the dogs during the 2016 surgical strike inside Pakistan territory.

On Wednesday Lt Gen Rajendra Nimbhorkar – a senior Army officer who participated in the surgical strikes said that the Indian Army troops carried leopard's urine and faeces to keep dogs 'away' from the advancing teams.

"There was a possibility of dogs in villages barking at us on the route. I knew they are scared of leopards. We carried leopard urine with us and that worked & dogs didn't dare to come forward," Nimbhorkar said.

Nimbhorkar was the Brigade commander in the Nowshera sector when he had undertaken a detailed study of the biodiversity of the terrain.

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