In his sixth speech from the ramparts of the Red Fort, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday announced a major military reform, which has been stuck for nearly two decades, launched a special attack on his critics in Jammu and Kashmir and did a special job. Promised lives of more than billions of India’s population. PM Modi also spoke to the people about the many dreams he had – he invoked the word 46 times in his 92-minute speech – which his government has done for the country and sometimes, the challenges that are on the way. Was standing
But PM Modi’s speech did not mention Pakistan even once, in contrast to the much-publicized speech by his counterpart Imran Khan less than 24 hours ago, which completely changed India, PM Modi and even the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh Had focused on.
Khan also went further to predict “more horrific” action in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, compared to the war started in Balakot after the Pulwama terror attack.
This was a reference to the Balakot air strikes by the Indian Air Force in February this year when a car bombing claimed by Pak-based militant group Jaish-e-Mohammed killed 40 soldiers in South Kashmir district.
Imran Khan’s remarks were designed to be a rhetoric of India’s recent moves on the situation in Jammu and Kashmir and an attempt to internationalize the Kashmir issue.
The only critic of the move PM Modi responded to was in opposition.
Without naming Pakistan, PM Modi gave a fleeting reference to terrorism in the world and the region and gave a quick warning to those who patronize and support. They must be “fully exposed”, the Prime Minister said before vowing to destroy those who try to create an atmosphere of fear and terror.
He said India’s neighborhoods have been affected by those who export terror, citing terrorist attacks in Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. By excluding Pakistan from this list, PM Modi indicated that Pakistan has not become a victim of terrorism as the government has repeatedly intervened in Islamabad.