Kanpur – Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said that the blast carried out on the airbase in Jammu, with drones, will undoubtedly be retaliated. The Indian military will soon decide this. It is being exposed that the Pakistan based terrorist organisations Lashkar-e-Taiba and The Resistance Front (TRF) are involved in the blasts at Jammu. Therefore, it is becoming clear that the warning of retaliation issued by Defence Minister Rajnath Singh is for Pakistan. At the same time, the Defence Minister clarified that the system to identify and neutralise the drones coming from across the border would soon be activated. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh assured that the country is safe on this front and the Indian military can counter these attacks.
The Defence Minister indicated that a serious cognisance of the drone attacks has been taken on the Jammu airbase while addressing a function in Kanpur. The Indian military can counter such attacks. The Defence Minister also informed that the systems to act against these drones coming from across the border would be activated in the coming times. The Defence Minister gave a very suggestive reply to the question ‘Whether a surgical strike will be carried out against Pakistan, perpetrating an attack on the Indian airbase?’ The Indian military is vigilant and the borders are secure. The military is ready to face any challenge posed to the country’s security. Rajnath Singh said that the decision about time and mode of retaliation against the drone attack is entirely in the hands of the military.
Meanwhile, it is becoming clear that the terrorist organisations Lashkar-e-Taiba and The Resistance Front (TRF) are behind the drone attack on the Indian airbase. One and a half kilograms of RDX was used in the blasts. It has also been exposed that the drones were being controlled via GPS. Therefore, there are indications that the security forces are sure of the Pakistani involvement in the attack. A few days ago, Union Minister of State for Home, G Kishan Reddy, said that there could be a Pakistani hand in the attack. Dilbagh Singh, the Director-General of Jammu-Kashmir Police, also accused Pakistan of the attack, saying that the drones cannot be built on the roadside.
Dilbagh Singh pointed out that Pakistan had smuggled explosives and weapons using drones across the Line of Control in Jammu Kashmir and the Punjab border. Meanwhile, as India is busy collecting evidence against Pakistan, involvement in the saboteur activities in Jammu, Pakistan has levelled accusations of terrorism on India. Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi accused that India is funding the terrorists and this matter will be brought in front of the entire world. Pakistan is levelling these accusations against India, claiming Indian involvement in the blast near the house of terrorist leader Hafeez Saeed in Lahore. But these accusations could spell more trouble for Pakistan itself.