First, they refuted that India had conducted a surgical strike on terror launch pads across the Line of Control.
Now, Pakistan is busy trying to cover up what it sees as an Abbottabad-like (remember the US special forces operation that put an end to Osama bin Laden?) humiliation, by putting out disinformation designed to show the Pakistani army in favourable light to its own people.
On Thursday morning, when the Indian Army's DGMO Lt. Gen. Ranbir Singh announced that special forces had carried out a surgical strike on terrorists inside Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir, the Pakistan Army's propaganda arm ISPR claimed that it was not a surgical strike but merely firing across the border in which two Pakistani soldiers had died.
By night, the Pakistani media began carrying stories that its army had killed 14 Indian soldiers in retaliatory firing, even claiming, as GEO TV did, that "the bodies of eight Indian soldiers are lying across the LoC in Tatta Pani sector [14 Indian soldiers killed in retaliation by Pakistan Army: sources]
Their source: a journalist tweeting, quoting his 'independent' but unnamed sources, 'confirmed' by a 'Defence analyst' who, too, quoted unnamed sources and claimed that he had spoken to "eyewitnesses, who confirmed that the bodies (of Indian soldiers) were not picked up as of this (Thursday) evening".