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PM Modi gets full mandate to crush terrorists, their supporters
5/25/2019 12:14:08 AM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, May 24: Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, returning to power is a big setback for the apologetic politicians and leaders, who were questioning the significance and the timing of Balakot air strikes carried out by the Indian Air Force jets in the last week of February this year.
An analyst while talking to Early Times said that Prime Minister, Modi, taking a tough stand against the terrorists and their sympathizers in Kashmir and Pakistan had led to few people preaching "non-violence." "They were least bothered about the neighboring country encouraging the terrorists and the hate mongers to attack India. During the past 30-years many Prime Ministers have come and gone but the PM Modi has proved that he is different and won't allow anyone to bleed India again and again," the analyst added.
He said that PM Modi's victory is a signal to the anti-national elements in Kashmir to wind up their shops. "The PM Modi has returned with a thumping majority and the Pak stooges and agents should bear in my mind that they can no more preach separatism and sedition in Kashmir," he said.
A Kashmir watcher said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi led government tightening its noose around the terrorists and their sympathizers has led to situation improving significantly in the Valley. Pak stooges, who used to call for shutdown every now and then, stand cornered. Most of them, who used to get the funds from across the Line of Control to foment trouble in the Valley are cooling their heels in prisons. "Family members of Hurriyat hawk Syed Ali Shah Geelani and Hurriyat dove Mirwaiz Umar Farooq are facing the NIA probe. The Jamaat and JKLF activists, who were responsible for radicalizing the youth and pushing them towards arms have been taken care of," he said.
The Kashmir watcher said that PM Modi returning to power means that terrorists and their sympathizers in Kashmir have been left with nowhere to go and they have to face the law of the land. "On the other hand terror bosses sitting across the Line of Control are also facing the heat as the Pakistan government has locked their offices to save the country from another Balakot like air strike. Pakistan leadership has been told in clear terms that Kashmir is a settled issue and it should stop poking its nose into Kashmir," he added.
A politician said, "India has chosen Modi again and has given him the mandate to crush the terrorists and their supporters with an iron fist. There is no space left for apologetic and weak leaders in new India. They should leave politics and do something else."
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