PM Modi said on Pulwama Terror Attack, “fire raging in your bosoms is in my heart too”

PM Modi has promised that the sacrifices” of the jawans at Pulwama “will not go in vain”.  PM Modi visited Bihar on Sunday to inaugurate some central projects.

“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,” PM Modi said.

As NDA ally Nitish Kumar called for appropriate response, ally Ram Vilas Paswan said India should take “revenge” for “every drop of blood shed in Pulwama”. The Prime Minister said he shared the nation’s outrage. Union Minister Arun Jaitley, too, tweeted that the terrorists “will be given unforgettable lesson for their heinous act”.

At a rally in Assam, Mr Shah said, “The sacrifice of the soldiers of CRPF won’t go in vain. This time the central government is not Congress… It is Modi’s government, which will not compromise on issue of national security… the BJP government has given answers for terrorism”.

On the one hand, efforts are on to isolate Pakistan diplomatically, on the other, allowances made for Pakistan in terms of trade have been scrapped. India has withdrawn the Most Favoured Nation or MFN status to Pakistan and imposed 200 per cent customs duties on goods from across the border.
Over 40 nations have condemned the terror attack and New Delhi has asked the international community to support naming JeM chief Masood Azhar as a “UN designated terrorist”.
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