After strict response from Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, on Indian Prime Minister Modi’s anti-Pak statements, now Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry while speaking to local news channel said that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi benefited from the Pulwama attack in which 44 Indian paramilitary soldiers were killed.
“The attack took place 130 kilometres inside the city, the car was obviously not transported from Pakistan and neither was the 360 kilogrammes of explosive material used,” Chaudhry asserted. “Those who attacked are also locals and not from Pakistan.” “There is a trend in India, that their government instead of looking inwards, adopts an easy approach and blames Pakistan.”
“We want to create a business-friendly environment in Pakistan and such incidents are not favourable for that,” he upheld. “If this [attack] is orchestrated, then we need to see who benefited from it and that appears to be Modi who is contesting elections and losing. It seems that he is desperate to create a conflict,” he added.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday (Feb 15) while commenting on terror attack in occupied Kshmir, which claimed lives of more than forty Indian troops, threatened Pakistan for terror attack on Pulwama and said “those behind the terrorist attack in Pulwama will have to pay a “heavy price” adding that “India will give a strong reply for Kashmir attack”. “The terrorists…they have made a big mistake. You will have to pay a very heavy price…I assure everyone that the forces behind the attack…we will bring them to justice,” PM Modi said in an address in Delhi after chairing a top level security meeting with senior ministers.
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17 November, 2019