DHAR (MP) India gave a befitting reply to the Pulwama attack by entering the den of militants in Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Tuesday.
Pakistan has been conveyed the message that if it doesn’t improve, it knows the consequences it will have to face, Modi said at a rally in Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh.
“India gave a befitting reply to Pulwama attack by entering (den of militants). We have told them (Pakistan), if they don’t improve, they know what will happen to them,” he said.
Calling the opposition as ‘poster boys’ of Pakistan for seeking proof of Indian Air Force’s action last week, Modi said the air strike happened in the neighbouring country, but “some of those sitting in India were hit by it”.
“Though the air strike took place in Pakistan, it has pained some people sitting in India,” Modi said.
“People world over feel that we have done the right thing by replying to Pulwana terror attack,” Modi said.
Taking a swipe at attempts to cobble up a mahagathbandhan (grand alliance) against the BJP, Modi said the opposition leaders are doing ‘mahamilavat’ (high adulteration) in Pakistan’s favour.
“These ‘mahamilavati’ persons have become poster boys of Pakistan by terming it as an ambassador of peace. They are misleading people of the country and trying to demoralise our armed forces by asking for proofs of the IAF air strike,” Modi said.
Without naming senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh, he said a leader termed the Pulwama attack as an “accident” and dubbed slain al-Qaeda terrorist Osama bin Laden as an “ambassador of peace”.
“A leader close to the Congress’ naamdar (Rahul Gandhi) family has termed the Pulwama attack a mere accident.
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