Published On: Tue, Feb 26th, 2019

With air strikes on JeM camps PM Modi locks election script

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Just weeks are left for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections and combed analysis has started pouring in on what the Indian Air Force bravely did on February 26, Tuesday. Claims and counter-claims are to be seen from the two neighboring countries about nature, scale and success of the operation. International platform will ask whether India’s such operation means end of Pakistan’s ability to deploy nuclear blackmail.

With air strikes on JeM camps PM Modi locks election script

Even though the strikes beyond Line of Control (LoC) are not motivated by political considerations, but it would mean too much to most of the political parties in India amid mood of the country demanded retaliation for the Pulwama terror attack on February 14 in which more than forty CRPF jawans were martyred.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Bharatiya Janata Party have locked their political script with the attacks on Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) with 1000 kg of explosives. This script would be decisive, muscular and nationalist party willing to defend Indian interests. The rules of engagement now have changed with arch-rival.

It is true the reciprocal attacks should not be politicized, but across the world such move are used in campaigns and of course the Indian general elections are deeply complex with each state having its own dynamic and regional parties play important role. Local factors such as caste, candidates, social engineering, alliances and religious polarization, matters most.

Meanwhile, Pakistan has threatened to be coming up with a response to the LoC attacks and the form of it is not clear.

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- Paul Linus is an eminent online journalist who has been writing news, features and editorials on different websites from across the world for about a decade. He can be contacted at knowledgeherald@gmail.com

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