Pakistan rejected purported video clips circulated in the Indian media about the Indian Army's 2016 surgical strikes on terror launch pads across the border, calling India's claim as "farcical" on Thursday, 28 June.

Several Indian TV channels on Wednesday, 27 June showed video clips reportedly of the surgical strikes which were carried out on terror launch pads across the border in September, 2016.
I have said it before and will say it again. The farcical claims of surgical strikes is a figment of Indian imagination and nothing else! They may dream on - Mohammad Faisal, Pakistan Foreign Office spokesman on the video clips
Nearly two years after the Indian Army announced that it carried out surgical strikes across the Line of Control (LoC) on terror launch pads in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK), video footage of the operation was broadcast by several news channels on Wednesday, 27 June.

The videos from the intervening night of 28-29 September 2016 show heavy destruction to the terrorists’ bunkers. The TV channels have claimed that the anti-terror ops were recorded on Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) and Thermal Imaging (TI) cameras.

The defence ministry or the Army has not offered any comment on the footage.

The release of purported video clips of the Army's 2016 surgical strikes created a political furore on Thursday with the Congress accusing PM Modi and the BJP of politicising sacrifices of soldiers to garner votes, evoking a sharp reaction from the ruling party.

On Pak Barring Indian Envoy From Entering Gurudwara

Talking about the controversy regarding visit of Indian High Commissioner to a Sikh Gurdwara, he said the Sikhs have been protesting against the release of a controversial movie that has hurt their religious sentiments.
The Indian High Commission was informed about the escalated situation and the heightened anti-India sentiments of the Sikhs and agreed to cancel their visit. Any attempts to politicise the sentiments of a religious community would be regrettable and counterproductive - Mohammad Faisal, Pakistan Foreign Office spokesman to PTI
He said the Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi issued visas to more than 300 Indian Sikhs to participate in their religious event and a special train was arranged by Pakistan to transport the pilgrims from Attari to Wagah.

On Transfer of FIA Officer in-charge of Mumbai Attack

To a question about transfer of FIA officer in-charge of the Mumbai attack probe, Mazhar-ul-Haq, he said the matter of the Mumbai trial has been ongoing for the past 10 years or so.

“The officers in-charge have been changed during this time, but the state functions continue uninterrupted,” he claimed.