Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised vengeance today, speaking in the aftermath of the horrible terrorist attack against the CRPF forces in Pulwama in Jammu and Kashmir, where over 40 of our brave soldiers lost their lives.
Narendra Modi stated that full freedom has been given to our armed forces to exact revenge from Pakistan.
#WATCH PM Narendra Modi pays tribute to CRPF soldiers who lost their lives in #PulwamaTerrorAttack, says, “logon ka khoon khaul raha hai, yeh main samajh raha hun. Humare suraksha balon ko purn swatantra de di gayi hai.” pic.twitter.com/kxdCIKe88q
— ANI (@ANI) February 15, 2019
He stated, “I can understand the rage building within the country following the attack. Blood is boiling, I can very well understand that. At this moment, the expectations of the country, the burning desire to act, is very natural as well. Our armed forces have been given total freedom. We have complete faith in the Shaurya and the courage of our soldiers.”
Prime Minister Modi stated further, “I want to tell the terrorist organisations and their patrons, they have a committed a huge mistake. And for that, they will pay a huge price. I want to assure the country, the forces who are behind the attack, the people who are responsible for it, they will definitely be punished for their crimes.”
A grateful nation bows to the martyrs of Pulwama.
A befitting reply will be given to the perpetrators of the heinous attack and their patrons.
No force will succeed in disturbing peace, progress and stability of India. pic.twitter.com/hFq0pUByVJ
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) February 15, 2019
Earlier, Union Minister Arun Jaitley announced that India has withdrawn the ‘Most Favoured Nation’ tag to Pakistan. He, too, had stated that the perpetrators of the attack will be made to pay for their actions. “As far as the security forces are concerned, they will be taking all possible steps to ensure that full security is maintained and that those who have committed and actively supported this heinous act are made to pay a heavy price,” Jaitley said.