News By/Courtesy: Nikhil Verma | 22 Apr 2019 23:02pm IST

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the concluding day of election barnstorm in Gujarat said that had Pakistan not sent Abhinandan Varthaman back to India, it would have resulted in ‘qatl ki raat' (night of annihilation) who was apprehended by the Pakistan Army in February. Following the day of capturing, a press conference was organized in which the neighbouring country was alerted ‘Khabardaar Pakistan’ said in a rally in Patan - even if a scratch Abhinandan endures then don’t go around criticizing to the world that Modi did this.

The American intelligence officials said that India is preparing for something massive. Narendra Modi is prepared with 12 missiles. He stressed his government’s dedication towards the nation’s protection and said that whether he gets the throne of Prime Minister, he has determined that either he will be alive or the terrorist groups. Without mentioning the name of Abhinandan, he said that his firm stand against terrorism had guaranteed the pilot’s secure arrival. He came uninjured because this son of Sardar Patel is seated on the throne of Delhi.

Talking about the Balakot airstrike, Modi stated that Pakistan tried to infiltrate Indian installations and placed their aircrafts but Indian Air Force promptly responded and demolished one of their jets. Prime Minister hit out at the opposition party for neglecting the massive issue of terrorism for almost four decades. He stated that till in the present scenario, still the opposition parties always ask for genuine evidence of strikes conducted beyond geographical borders in the neighbouring countries.

Section Editor: Shreyashi Tiwari | 22 Apr 2019 23:12pm IST

Tags : #Pakistan #Qatl_ki_raat #Modi #Balakot

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