BJP Jammu and Kashmir chief Ravinder Raina shared crucial details about the operation and said that the Modi government is not like the previous governments
Srinagar: Days after Home Minister Rajnath Singh hinted at a bigger action against Pakistan for its nefarious designs, BJP Jammu and Kashmir chief Ravinder Raina shared crucial details about the operation.
Raina, while addressing a public rally at Jammu said, "Modi government is not like previous Congress governments who will bow down to threats of anti-Indian forces. We have Modi sa'ab, the world is afraid of him".
"Pakistan did mischief by targeting our BSF jawan which resulted in the martyrdom of our braveheart; our jawan crossed over the border from Sunderbani area of Nowshere district and beheaded 12-15 Pakistanis. This is Modi sarkar, this is BJP", he added.
The details shared by BJP state chief are much closer to the lines of former BSF DG KK Sharma who on 29th September said, "We have taken sufficient action across the LoC to avenge the death of our soldier. We also reserve our right to retaliate at an appropriate time and place of our choosing".
Home Minister Rajnath Singh also said, "Kuchh hua hai, main bataunga nahin. Theek thaak hua hai. Vishwas rakhna theek thaak hua hai do teen din pehle. Aur aage bhi dekhiyega kya hoga". (Something has happened; I won’t say what it is. Keep faith that everything will go well. Wait and watch what happens.)
MyNation spoke to senior Army official about the possibility of carrying out "surgical strike 2" like operation from Sunderbani area; he said, "In Sunderbani, there are many "Chicken Neck" areas of Pakistan, where we are at an advantage. There is the possibility of carrying out such attack as our forces have shown the courage before as well".
Hitting out at Congress, Raina said, "Time has gone when Manmohan Singh used to maintain silence during his foreign visits."
"With a hand in his pocket, he used to encircle Sonia Gandhi like a robot. We have Modi government today, not a ghotala government", he added.
Last Updated 10:57 AM IST