Pakistan mocking Indian response to Uri attack; Modi Exposed
NEW DELHI: Pakistan is enjoying India’s pain after Uri attack and is making fun of us. Pakistanis are using every platform – TV, Newspapers, UN, Twitter and Facebook, to tell us this. Last week, 4 trained Pakistani terrorist attacked the Indian Army brigade headquarters at Uri, killing 18 jawans and injuring dozens more.
This attack comes in close succession to the attack on the Indian Air Force base station at Pathankot.
The baseless allegations of India on the issue of Uri Attack has become a matter of laugh for the world. #FrustratedIndia
— Fareeha Fatima (@maverickfati) September 19, 2016
After he assumed office, PM Narendra Modi was seen as a leader more likely to breach the restraint on the use of force in response to terrorism than any of his predecessors. He has often been equated with the late prime minister Indira Gandhi, who took on a much bigger than today’s Pakistan militarily and carved it into two neat halves. Though one can fault Indira for many of her failings, she deserved the nickname ‘Durga’ for reducing Pakistani threat significantly in one swift ruthless stroke.
When not in power, BJP and RSS loudly accused the UPA government for not responding assertively to terrorist attack emanating from Pakistan. But all eyes are on Modi now.
— ZUBER PATEL (@1Patelzuber) September 18, 2016
Modi responded to Pathankot attack by sharing intell with Pak & inviting Pak team to airbase. Uri attack offers him chance to redeem himself
— Brahma Chellaney (@Chellaney) September 18, 2016
The current mood of the nation is that of anger against Pakistan after a series of terror attacks. One can easily understand the mood when you listen to an Indian jawan reciting a patriotic poem inside a bus full of his other jawans. “Jakar Bata Do pakistanion ko….hum darte nahi atom bombo se, visfotak poto se hum darte hai to Shimla, Tashkant jaise samjhuaton se….Kashmir to hoga par Pakistan nahi hoga…..”. The video went viral as it touched the raw nerve of Indians.
PM Modi’s next step will decide whether he should be taken as a strong and decisive leader or his ‘chhapan inch ki chhati’ would be a ‘butt’ of joke.