New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has warned Pakistan ‘India will not bear terror strikes henceforth.’ Along with the Prime Minister, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitaraman and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley also have lashed out hard at the terror policies of Pakistan and have warned that India will retaliate against future terror strikes. The Pakistani leaders have accused that India is making moves to corner Pakistan at the political level. The Pakistani analysts have criticised that India has been prosperous in its efforts and their country has failed on that front.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended the 50th anniversary of the ‘Central Industrial Security Force’. Prime Minister Modi issued a stern warning to Pakistan saying, henceforth India will not bear the terror attacks while speaking at the function, held at Ghaziabad. Prime Minister warned that no one should take the Indian tolerance for granted in the future, saying ‘Since last many decades, India is bearing the impact of terrorism, Naxalism and armed rebellion. But henceforth the country will retaliate against it.’ The Prime Minister reminded that the URI terror attack was avenged with a surgical strike and the attack on the CRPF soldiers, in Pulwama, was avenged through the attack on Balakot in Pakistan. Meanwhile, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitaraman, while speaking at a function said that India was forced to act as Pakistan refused to take action against the terrorists.
The evidence of the previous terror attacks also had been given to Pakistan, but Pakistan has never taken any action. Defence Minister Sitaraman also reminded that the Prime Minister had raised this issue at the international level, many times. Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley pointed out that Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, who is speaking the language of action against the terrorists, was once known as Taliban Khan.
Arun Jaitley highlighted his pro-terrorism policies reminding that Imran Khan had received this tag as he had once openly supported the Taliban. Meanwhile, the Indian leaders are taking an aggressive stance and lashing out hard at the terrorist policies of Pakistan. The response is being received at the international level for this. This has led to Pakistan being politically cornered, and the Pakistani leaders are complaining about it. Still, these leaders are claiming that Pakistan will come out of this. But Pakistan is getting pulverised in front of the Indian economic and political influence, and aggressive policies and analysts from Pakistan have warned that if Pakistan does not make appropriate efforts at the international level, to break the shackles, it will have to suffer the adverse effects.