Responding to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s demand for proof of air operations in Balakot after the fidayeen terrorist attack on the convoy of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) in Pulwama, Jammu, he said that Pakistan has tweeted the biggest evidence and gave it to the world. Was there.
On the question asked about the demand of the Indian Air Force to conduct air operations in Balakot, Pakistan, in an interview given to ABP News channel, he said that the biggest evidence Pakistan has tweeted itself is the world. We did not make any claims. We used to keep quiet by doing our work. Pakistan said that he came to us and then his people made statements from there. How many die in all this, how many do not die, dead or not die, those who continue to dispute.
He said that if we had done something on the army or had done something on the civilians, then Pakistan would scandalize India by calling us, our strategy was that we would do non-military activism and take care of no harm to the people. This was the first of our basic principles and we will only target extremism. What the Air Force had to do was very successful.
On the issue of shooting at the Pulwama attack, Modi said that I knew the incident of Pulwama already? My routine program was in Uttarakhand, there are some things that have a way of handling.
Modi said on relations with China that there is a truth in the matter that there are ‘differences’ between China and India on some issues, but we have also decided that we will not allow the differences to be changed into conflicts.
On the evidence sought by India’s opposition parties regarding the action taken by the Indian Air Force on February 26, the Prime Minister said that the biggest proof came from the side of Pakistan. We did not claim anything. The Prime Minister said that it was difficult for Pakistan to accept India’s action because, on doing so, it would have also believed that there were ‘terrorism related activities’ in those places.
He said that some people in India are talking in such a language that Pakistan can be happy. It’s really a matter of concern. Modi asked Congress President Rahul Gandhi to contest from two parliamentary constituencies that it is his party’s decision, but the important thing to note about here is that despite being a candidate from Amethi, he had to go to Wayanad.
He said that we have not started discussing this, it has started by the media. Everyone is saying that it can happen that they will get a tough challenge in Amethi, so they had to go there.
While respecting Gandhi’s decision, the Prime Minister said that no one is questioning the right to fight with two seats. He said that the fact of the debate is that why he had to run away from Amethi, it is in the jurisdiction of the BJP to debate it from a political perspective.