Indian PM warns of describing “terrorist” forces in Pakistan
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday issued a stern warning to those he described as “terrorist forces” targeting India, saying, “We have had enough … we can not continue suffering forever.”
India’s Hindustan Times reported on its website, commenting on the Bulwama and Auri incidents that took place in the disputed Kashmir region between India and Pakistan.
Moody said the role played by the security forces, such as the central industrial security forces, is of great importance when the country faces an “enemy” neighbor, explaining that his country’s suffering can not last forever.
The tension escalated between New Delhi and Islamabad after the Indian air force launched an air strike inside Pakistani territory last Tuesday, while Pakistani officials said that the Pakistani air force also launched air raids last Wednesday across the border control line between the two countries.
Indian PM warns of describing "terrorist" forces in Pakistan - /10
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday issued a stern warning to those he described as "terrorist forces" targeting India, saying, "We have had enough ... we can not continue suffering forever."