After the dastardly attack in Kashmir’s Pulwama where 40 CRPF soldiers were martyred, PM Narendra Modi has expressed his outrage over the incident and said that ‘fire in my heart.’
While speaking at a government event in Bihar, PM Modi paid tribute to the soldiers who belonged to the state and made strong statements against the perpetrators, as he said that action will be taken sooner than later.
Saluting the CRPF personnel who belonged to Bihar, PM Modi said, “I salute and pay my tributes to Sanjay Kumar Sinha and Ratan Kumar Thakur, to the people who have gathered here, I would like to say the fire that is raging in your bosoms, is in my heart too.”
Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Barauni, Bihar: I pay my tributes to martyr Constable Sanjay Kumar Sinha from Patna and Bhagalpur's martyr Ratan Kumar Thakur who sacrificed their lives for the country. I express my sympathies with their families. pic.twitter.com/Wa8Fruh9fM— ANI (@ANI) February 17, 2019
The fallout of the Pulwama attack has affected Pakistan, when India decided to withdraw the ‘Most Favored Nation’ status and hike the custom duty on all the products imported from Islamabad to 200%
India has requested all the nations across the globe to put pressure and criticize Pakistan for its dual standard over shielding terrorism and letting those terror outfits functionand nurture on its own soil.
PM Modi, while speaking at Barauni, paid tribute to Constable Sanjay Kumar Sinha and Ratan Kumar Thakur, and said, “I pay my tributes to martyr Constable Sanjay Kumar Sinha from Patna and Bhagalpur's martyr Ratan Kumar Thakur who sacrificed their lives for the country. I express my sympathies with their families.”
The initial investigation report of NSG and forensics have confirmed that a car was used with 100-150 kgs of RDX and the attack was carried on the directives of Pakistan based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed.