Published On: Wed, May 8th, 2019

No record of surgical strike in UPA-era found: Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Wednesday there is no record found that the previous United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government launched surgical strikes in the territories of Pakistan.

The senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader added that the army chiefs during the UPA era said they have no information of any such surgical strikes.

Talking to Hindustan Times he looked confident to be securing his second term to office and from his first day as prime minister, on 26 may 2014, he was confident to become PM again after five years.

The 68-year-old said further, “What kind of surgical strike was it? Who issued the orders? Where are the orders? These are the questions they [UPA] should be asked to answer… I can only say that we have not found any records of this.”

After the Uri attack in 2016 his government launched series of counterstrike against terror pods across Line of Control and an air strike on a Jaish-e-Mohammed camp in Pakistan’s Balakot too, said Modi.

Under his government the terror organizations based in Pakistan feared that India can do anything and get away.

Modi also talked about recent development of UN in listing JeM chief Masood Azhar as a global terrorist.

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Talking to Hindustan Times he looked confident to be securing his second term to office and from his first day as prime minister, on 26 may 2014, he was confident to become PM again after five years.

He added, “The 2019 elections are special because this is the first time those born in the 21st century are voting,” and these people “are not burdened by the past but are in pursuit of a better future.”

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