Pulwama Terror Attack: PM Modi urged all nations to unite against terrorism

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Time for talks with Pakistan is over: PM Modi


Prime Minister Narendra Modi has put an end on any possibility of dialogue between India and Pakistan.  Speaking about the brutal Pulwama attack that claimed 44 lives, PM Modi said, terrorist attack in Pulwama district shows that time for talks with Pakistan has passed.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has urged to all nations to unite against terrorism. He said that hesitating from taking any type of action will be like encouraging terrorism.  PM Modi’s statement came after delegation-level talks with Argentina president Mauricio Macri who is on a three-day visit to India.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi

 Prime Minister Narendra Modi also said that India and Argentina will issue a special declaration on terrorism later today. He further added that the leaders all across the world would agree with him that terrorism is the biggest threat today. It’s high time that all nations should unite to fight against terrorism. On February 14, a convoy of 2500 Army personnel was traveling to Srinagar from Jammu. At 3.30 Pm Jaish e- Mohammad terrorist rammed a car carrying 100 kgs of explosives in one the buses. 44 security personnel lost their lives and it left many others severely injured.

Since February 14, there is a rage in the country. Indians are angry over the attack and they are asking for ‘Badla’.  Today, the encounter took place in Jammu and Kashmir. Pulwama Attack mastermind has been shot dead.  Notably, 4 soldiers and one civilian were killed during the encounter. But the question is still there. Will it stop future attacks? How we are going to fight terrorism? It’s time for world leaders to act.  They need to get united to make this world terror-free.

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