More strikes on Pakistan? Paying tribute to Pulwama martyrs, NSA Ajit Doval says the country has not forgotten it and will never forget it

Currently, the tension between India and Pakistan might have de-escalated, but the stance taken by the Indian government and the armed force prove that India will bleed Pakistan for the decades to come. Now the statement made by National Security Advisor has put Pakistan in a panic mode as he said that the nation has not forgotten the sacrifice of the CRPF jawans and it will never forget it.

At the 80th CRPF Anniversary Parade in Gurugram, NSA Ajit Doval said “We lost 40 CRPF jawans in Pulwama attack. The nation has not forgotten the sacrifice and it will never forget it. Whole nation stands with the families of martyrs”. He further added, “I have been connected with uniform and national security for the last 51 years, and I have served in police services like you for around 37 years”.

This statement from NSA Ajit Doval has come just few days after a report said that he had called the chief of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) after the Balakot airstrike and told him that India was ready to escalate.

Reuters report had said, “Doval told Munir that India’s fight was with the militant groups that freely operated from Pakistani soil and it was prepared to escalate, said the government source”.

This makes it clear that the attack against Pakistan would have been intensified. Even before the war, India had pushed Pakistan on its backfoot and it was due to India’s diplomacy. Along with that, India had submitted evidence to prove how Pakistan had violated the deal with United States and illegally used F-16 in a failed attempt to attack India.

Security analysts claim that India’s attack, in all forms, will get aggressive if PM Modi gets re-elected with the same majority like that of 2014. That’s why Pakistan claimed that Rahul Gandhi is better than PM Modi, perhaps better only for Pakistan.

Hansika Raj