On Thursday, The Jaish e-Mohammed (Suicide Bomber) with over 3000 Kg of explosives in SUV laden truck rammed into a CRPF convoy in Pulwama outside Srinagar killing at least 40 soldiers is one of the biggest terror attacks in recent years.
Reacting to the incident Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday warned Pakistan that the attack on CRPF soldiers in Pulwama will not weaken India and those who are responsible for this attack will have to pay a very high price. The anger that is seething in the nation after the attack, the people’s blood is boiling, Modi added. Modi said security forces will be given complete freedom to crack down on terrorism.
By this attack India has withdrawn the most favoured status that was earlier granted to Pakistan. Finance Minister Arun Jatiley said that there is evidence of Pakistan’s direct involvement in the Pulwama attack.
Modi attending a function to flag-off a new semi-high-speed train from Delhi to Varanasi said that, “Our neighbouring country thinks sacrifices of our security personnel can weaken us, but their plans will not materialise.”
“My condolences to families of those martyred in the Pulwama attack and I am thankful to all Nations which condemned the Pulwama attack and urge them to come together to pin down terrorism,” Modi added.