Modi sends Pakistan on back foot

Modi sends Pakistan on back foot

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is being praised by people on social media for the way he has handled the crisis after Pulwama attack on 14th February.

India hit back at Pakistan by striking Balakot in Pakistan where a big terrorist camp of terrorist organization Jaish-E-Mohammad existed. This strike is said to have destroyed the entire camp killing more than 300 terrorists. This was the first time after 1971 war that India attacked Pakistan inside its own territory.

Though India’s braveheart Wing Commander was taken by Pakistan as PoW(Prisoner of War), Prime Minister Modi ensured that he returns to India as soon as possible. This is the first time that a PoW has been returned to India by Pakistan in less than 3 days.

Major nations of the world such as France, USA, Russia and Israel have supported India after it struck Pakistan. However, Pakistan has not been able to gather enough support of big nations in its favor due to its policy of creating and supporting terrorism.

Pakistan Foreign Minister threatened that it will boycott meeting of OIC (Organization of Islamic countries) if Indian foreign minister Sushma Swaraj is invited. In spite of this, Sushma was the guest-of-honor and Pakistan foreign minister had to with draw himself from attending the meeting.

India’s prestige and glory has risen due to its sincere efforts to fight against terrorism. However, Pakistan has become ill-famed for having several terrorist camps in its territory and attacking innocent citizens.

India has hit back at Pakistan and every move of Pakistan has been dealt with care and sensibility. India has defeated Pakistan on diplomatic front by getting support of many nations against Pakistan.

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