‘India is in safe hands’, says PM Narendra Modi after Balakot Air Strikes

PM Narendra Modi, while addressing a rally in Churu, Rajasthan assured the citizens of the country that the nation is in safe hands. He also asserted that today the mood of the people is different, in a way pointing that the countrymen are happy because of the blatant response by India towards Pakistan.

Prime Minister also repeated some lines which he said during his 2014 election campaign.He said that he won’t let the country demolish nor allow it to stop. He further assured ‘Bharat Maa’ that he won’t allow the remains of the country to ‘bow’.

In a response to PM’s remark,BJP senior leader, Ram Madhav asserted that it is the will power of Narendra Modi that led to the action.

Prime Minister in his speech also targeted the Congress government in Rajasthan saying that the benefit of PM Kisan Samman Yojana, dedicated to provide a sum of Rs. 6000 directly to the eligible farmer’s account, in 3 instalments, didn’t reach the people in the state as the current state government didn’t provide the central government with the list of eligible farmers. PM earlier this week, initiated the transfer of the first instalment from a rally in Gorakhpur, UP.

Yesterday, in the inaugural of the National War Memorial in Delhi, the PM criticised the Congress over its Rafale stand. “The scandals of Bofors to the tainted helicopter deal reaching to one family says a lot, now the same people are desperately trying that the Rafale does not fly in the Indian skies,”he said.

Following the air strike by IAF on Pakistan, the state of Punjab has been put on high alert. CM Amrinder Singh held a high level setting with state ministers and senior officials.

Meanwhile, Pakistan summoned a Joint Parliamentary session after the air strike by Indian Air Force on JeM bases, located in Balakot.

Further, Pakistan’s Foreign Minister, Shah Mehmood Qureshi asserted that Pakistan has the right to retaliate and self defence.


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