India first informed Pakistan after launching surgical strike, claims Modi

Lester Mason
April 19, 2018

By choosing Joshi as his moderator who is the CBFC's chairman, served on the Prime Minister's Board of Advisors (Communication) and not an journalist set the tone for the event to be a controlled dialogue that was set up for one objective - to convey the Prime Minister's message on the points that he wanted to talk about.

At an interactive session at the Central Hall Westminster in London, Modi said on Wednesday that Islamabad was informed about the 2016 surgical strike before this was made known to the media.

In a warning to Pakistan, PM Modi asserted that India will not tolerate those who like to export terror and will give back "strong answers".

Hundreds of people gathered to protest at Parliament Square in London on April 18 as Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived here for his three-day visit to the United Kingdom for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting. With multiple rape cases of minor girls sparking nation-wide outrage, PM Modi on Thursday said there should be no politics over the issue. "Your criticism is a gold mine to me", said PM Modi.

Taha Coburn-Kutay, chairman of UK Asian Business Council, told Janta Ka Reporter, "Anybody, who was remotely suspected to cause embarrassment to Modi was not invited".

"People know that when they say something, the Government will listen and do it". Some held placards which said, "Modi go home" and "we stand against Modi's agenda of hate and greed". Modi also said that they carried out the attack after Indian soldiers were killed in an attack from the Pakistani side of the LoC. "Terrorism will never be accepted", Modi said.

"Those who like exporting terror, I want to tell them that India has changed and their antics will not be tolerated..."

During the event, the PM also interacted with the Indian diaspora and took many questions on the current scenario in India after several incidents of rape-similar to that of Nirbhaya-surfaced.

The pro-Khalistani demonstrators from Sikh Federation UK and demonstrators from the so-called "Minorities Against Modi" group, led by Pakistani-origin peer Lord Ahmed, were among almost 500 protesters who descended upon Parliament Square. "In India, there is a railway ticket concession for the senior citizens". He further added that those people who committed such kind of brutal crimes against girls are also someone's son.

He is also scheduled to have an interaction with the Indian community, followed by a dinner hosted by Prime Minister May for the Commonwealth leaders.

Other reports by Iphone Fresh

Discuss This Article