India called Pakistan's bluff with air strikes: PM Modi


Calling militancy in Jammu and Kashmir the biggest challenge before India, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Monday said it can not be solved until the "failed obsolete thought" of Article 370 as a "loose constitutional connect" between the state and the rest of the country is rejected, IANS reported. Congress always restricted our Army from going all out against terrorists. "The Congress and its allies keep politics above the security of the country". One country can not have two Prime Ministers, two flags and two Constitutions.

Modi also targeted the Congress for the migration of Kashmiri Pandits from the Valley and said his government was committed to settle the displaced community in their native places and that work has started in this direction. In 2019 Modiji says "we have to rid J&K of these two political families'".

"In a tweet, National Conference (NC) vice-president and former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, said: "'We have to rid J&K of these two political families" says Modiji in 2014 and promptly goes and makes not one but two members of the Mufti family CM of J&K.

"It was in Kathua that Shyama Prasad Mookerjee unfurled the tricolour and Prem Nath Dogra stood with him. I swear by Allah, I think this is the wish of almighty, we will get freedom from them", Farooq Abdullah had said at an election rally in Srinagar earlier this month.

Modi also vowed that India would never give up its claim to Kashmir, which is divided between the two countries, and has been the cause of two wars between the neighbours since their independence in 1947. But this is new India.

Modi accused the National Conference and PDP of supporting separatism.

A new twist in the India-Pakistan conflict occurred when Indian fighter jets conducted "pre-emptive non-military" strikes against alleged Jaish-e-Mohammad terror camps based in Balakot in Pakistan on 26 February in response to the 14 February Pulwama terror incident in which more than 40 Indian paramilitary troops were killed.

Pakistan responded by sending its warplanes toward Indian airspace, leading to a dogfight and the downing of an Indian jet.

As a result of the 56-inch chest narrative, Pakistan has for the first time openly admitted that it has an atom bomb, he added.