Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in a public rally at Tonk, Rajasthan, has spoken out against the alleged attack on Kashmiri students in the aftermath of the Pulwama Terror Attack. He remarked that such things should not happen.
#WATCH PM Modi in Tonk, Rajasthan says “Pichhle dino kahan kya hua, ghatna chhoti thi ki badi thi, Kashmiri baccho ke saath Hindustan ke kisi kone mein kya hua kya nahi hua, mudda yeh nahi hai. Iss desh mein aisa hona nahi chahiye.” pic.twitter.com/MUC65khffu
— ANI (@ANI) February 23, 2019
Modi said, “Whatever has happened, whether it was a major or a minor incident, whether something happened or did not happen to Kashmiri students in some part of Hindustan, that is not the issue. Such things should not happen in the country.”
Narendra Modi requested people to have faith in the soldiers, his government and the blessings of Maa Bhavani. He added, “This time, scores will be settled, with everyone (Iss baar, sabka hisaab hoga, pura hoga).” He proceeded to ask the people gathered, “Should a lesson be taught to these enemies of humanity or not? Chun Chun ke hisaab hona chahiye ki nahi hona chahiye?”
The Prime Minister also complimented the Jawans for eliminating the perpetrators of the attack. “I’m proud of our jawans who within 100 hours sent the perpetrators of the attack on their comrades, to the place where they belong,” he said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a public rally in Tonk, Rajasthan: I’m proud of our jawans who within 100 hours sent the perpetrators of the attack on their comrades, to the place where they belong. pic.twitter.com/JNhAjGQ6fa
— ANI (@ANI) February 23, 2019
Narendra Modi also issued a thinly veiled threat to Pakistan. He stated, “There can’t be peace in the world until locks are instilled on these factories of terrorism and if the job has fallen to me, then so be it.” He added, “The nation has seen how Pakistan has become restless after the decisions taken by India. We bore the pain of the loss of our soldiers and we will not sit quiet, we will stop terrorism.”
#NewsAlert — The nation has seen how Pakistan has become restless after decisions taken by the country. We bore the pain of the loss of our soldiers and we will not sit quiet, we will stop terrorism: PM @narendramodi at a public rally in Tonk, Rajasthan pic.twitter.com/J5bQNtyGHt
— News18 (@CNNnews18) February 23, 2019
The clouds of war have been gathering over the Indian subcontinent in the aftermath of the Pulwama Terror Attack. As we have reported earlier, the Pakistan army has started preparing for a possible conflict. After reports of the administrations issuing advisories for people residing in areas close to the LoC, it has been reported that the Pakistan army has instructed hospitals to be ready for emergency medical support.
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, too, on Wednesday assured the citizens of the country that “time will come” when people’s sentiments and expectations will have “fulfilment” while hinting at avenging the death of 44 CRPF soldiers in the Pulwama terror attack.
Prime Minister Modi had earlier made it clear that Pakistan will be made to pay a heavy price for the transgressions. He had minced no words in stating that India is considering all options to avenge the murder of our soldiers.