Soon after the martyrdom of the CRPF jawans took place in Pulwama on 14th February, PM Modi had promised to take revenge against the Pakistani sponsored terrorists. Now the Modi government has not just ensured free hand to the Indian Army to finish off the Pakistan rogues and their sycophants but has also withdrawn the most favoured nation status to Pakistan.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley announced that the Centre has decided to withdraw the Most Favoured Nation status to Pakistan in the meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Security. Early morning, the Cabinet Committee on Security met to discuss the security scenario in Jammu and Kashmir. The meet was chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and several union ministers including Home Minister Rajnath Singh, Union Minister Arun Jaitley, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj.
India had granted MFN status to Pakistan in 1996, a year after the formation of WTO. Due to this, Pakistan was having a huge advantage as India had to reduce the tariffs to this terror nation. Even after regular ceasefire violation by Pakistan, India had never revoked this special facility. But this time, India has taken a strict stand which will ruin the Pakistani economy.
Later on PM Modi also said that the Indian security forces have been given full freedom to teach the Pakistanis a lesson. PM Modi also warned Pakistan and said “I want to say to the terror organisations and their guardians that they have made a very big mistake. I promise the country that the force behind the attack will be punished by India”.
PM Modi added, “If our neighbour which is totally isolated in the world thinks it can destabilise India through its tactics and conspiracies, then it is making a big mistake”.
India is looking forward to see some strict actions against Pakistan in the next few hours.