Surgical strikes: Pathankot attack victim soldier says 'I wish I was there'

New Delhi: Soldier Knanagla Sriramulu, injured in the Pathankot airbase attack, has sent a special message for the bravehearts who were part of the team that conducted the surgical strikes in PoK. Here is what Sriramulu had to say on Uri attack and Indian surgical strikes
*" I was very happy when I heard that our soldiers had destroyed terror camps in PoK. I am sad that I was not there, I wish I was there"  
*" When I heard about the Uri attack, I just wanted to get up from my bed and run. I am happy now that the Indian soldiers have started giving it back to Pakistan"
Sriramulu'  brother says that the 36-year old soldier was shaken when he firts saw the footage of Uri attack on TV
The soldier is suffering from right-body paralysis after grenade particles entered his brain in the Pathankot attack, which also damaged his right eye. He is being treated at army's R&R Hospital for last 8 months. Currently he has been granted a week's leave by the hospital for meeting his ageing parents.