‘If needed, there will be more surgical strikes, it’s time to respond’: Amit Shah

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The Union Home Minister has now given an open warning to Pakistan, which is not deterring from its antics on the border. Home Minister Amit Shah has said that if Pakistan does not stop the game of border violations and killings of civilians in Kashmir, then surgical strike can be carried out on it again. The Home Minister was speaking at the foundation stone laying ceremony of the National University of Forensic Sciences in Dharbandora, Goa.

Reminding Pakistan of the surgical strike, Amit Shah said that India has proved it by conducting surgical strikes in Pakistan in 2016, “We do not tolerate attacks. If you violate there will be more surgical strikes.” Amit Shah said, “The surgical strikes conducted under the supervision of PM Modi and former Defense Minister Manohar Parrikar was an important step. We gave this message that no one can do any wrong thing on Indian borders. There was a time to talk, but now is a time to react.”

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It is worth noting that in Jammu and Kashmir, Hindus and Sikhs were targeted and killed. The army has intensified its operation after the terrorists targeted civilians. Apart from this, the terrorists also attacked the army. The increase in such incidents in the Valley has intensified the demand for a stern attack on the terrorists. The army has also inflicted heavy injuries on terrorists in the valley. The army has started a campaign to put the terrorists to sleep by besieging them.

It is noteworthy that India conducted surgical strikes in Pakistan in September 2016 in response to the terrorist attacks in Uri, Pathankot and Gurdaspur. During this, many terrorist camps in Pakistan were destroyed. The surgical strike was carried out on 28-29 September 2016 after the Uri attack.

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Apart from this, in February 2019 also, India had carried out air strikes giving a befitting reply to Pakistan. In this, many Jaish-e-Mohammed bases were bombed, in which a large number of terrorists were killed. India did this strike in response to the terrorist attack in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama.

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