INDIAN Nation Feels Outraged Over the Killing Of CRPF Jawans By Terrorists: Army Given Free Hand By Govt

IN the  wake of  a  suicide attack by  Jem terrorist  killing  44  CRPF personnel in South Kashmir  on Thursday, India  has  withdrawan  The Most Favoured Nation Status  given to Pakistan  and  launched a mssive  diplomatic  offensive to globally isolotate  the failed nation promoting  terrorism.Stated  to be the biggest terror attack on security forces in the border state,its responsibility  has been claimed by Pakistan based Jaish –e-Mohammad.It said 21 years old local terroris Adil Dar carried out the Pulwama attack.Security forces  claims it was  masterminded  by JeM commander Abdul Rasheed , a Pakistani national.The IED expert  is reportedly have been trained in Afghanistan. After the Cabinet Committee on Security chaired by Prime Minister  Narendra Modi met on Friday  morning,  Home Minister  Rajnath Singh rushed  to the Kashmir Valley , reviewed the  security scenario and helped  transportation  of the mortal remains of the martyred Jawans who were proceeding in a convoy.US  President  Donalad Trump, his counterparts of Russia Vladimir  Putin, and the PMs and Presidents  of  all nations  have condemned the dastardly  massacre and resolved to  continue fight  terrorism in all manifestations.India  is speaking  in one voice  as leders of all  political affiliations  have empathised with the martyred  security personnel and said enough is enough and  Government is mulling  options how to teach the errant neighbouring nation  a lesson for not reining in the terrorists operating  from its soil.As soon as the people came to know about the horrendous  and despicable mayhem, there were spontenous  protests in Jammu region, Delhi,Mumbai, Varanasi, Ranchi , Hyderbad  and other places.However, Pakistan has denied involvement in the attack when a driver slammed an explosives-packed vehicle into a paramilitary convoy. India has recalled its ambassador to Pakistan for consultations in New Delhi.With national elections in India set to take place in April- May and Prime Minister Narendra Modi is faced withn  the  uphil task  to appropritely  respond  to  neigbour’s  challenge. The nuclear-armed neighbouring nations  have gone to war three times since independence in 1947, with two of the wars fought over Kashmir.India  has won all the wars including  succeeding  in helping then  East Pakistan emerging as an Independent  nation called Bangladesh.PM Modi and  his  colleagues have reaffirmed “We will give a befitting reply; our neighbor will not be allowed to destabilize us.” Our security forces are given full freedom” to respond, he added.T he nation will not forget the supreme sacrifice of our brave @crpfindia jawans. Paid my last respects to the martyrs of Pulwama in Srinagar today. Their sacrifice will not go in vain, said  Home Minister  Rajnath Singh.

 

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