The Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh 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.
According to the reports, Union Home Minister speaking at the inauguration of the “Waste to Wonder” Park under the South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) said, there was still no mood for anyone to participate in any programme with enthusiasm. However, Rajnath Singh did not reveal any details on how the government is planning to avenge the deaths of security personnel.
“But, I am very assured and I want to assure you that time will come when people’s sentiments today, their desires, their expectations… those expectations will have fulfilment,” Singh said.
Recently, Home Minister Singh had visited Srinagar to review meetings with senior security officials to make the ground-level assessment and review further operational actions. Rajnath Singh had also lent his shoulder to the mortal remains of soldiers martyred in Pulwama attack.
Rajnath Singh has also been carefully reviewing the security situation in the country, particularly in Jammu and Kashmir along with the NSA Ajit Doval and other officers. The home minister has directed the officials to ensure that all possible steps are taken to hunt down terrorists currently operating in the Kashmir Valley.
After the Pulwama terror attack, India took a number of steps to ensure it hits Pakistan diplomatically and financially. Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said yesterday that India would ensure that no water under Indus Water Treaty that is meant to be used by India would go to Pakistan.
Meanwhile, the Indian government has launched a diplomatic offensive against the terrorist state of Pakistan. India has successfully managed to garner enough international support to isolate Pakistan. In a big victory to India, the UNSC adopted a resolution unanimously by including China condemning the Pulwama attack and underlining the need to hold those responsible accountable. The resolution contains specific language that India had proposed via partner countries, including the naming of JeM and bring perpetrators to justice.