Mumbai: Rajeev Chandrasekhar, a Union minister, issued a severe caution to India’s enemies, saying that if someone goes to war with India, their children will be nurtured by someone else. This threat came during ongoing security force operations in Anantnag, in Jammu and Kashmir.
“India has seen war and does not want war but if you go to war with India, someone else will raise your children,” the minister tweeted. New India will not back down and won’t be intimidated, the minister asserted.
“India has enemies – These enemies want to stop India’s rise. But they should know this. Indian Military is now a modernized high-tech and lethal machine – make no mistake about it. You will be wise to avoid it,” the minister wrote replying to a tweet on the Army’s use of hi-tech equipment for surveillance and delivery of firepower in the operations.
Anantnag is the scene of an operation to apprehend the terrorists for the murder of four security men.
The Anantnag operations, which started on Tuesday, resulted in the deaths of four security personnel, namely Colonel Manpreet Singh, Commanding Officer, 19 Rashtriya Rifles, Major Ashish Dhonchak, Deputy Superintendent of Jammu and Kashmir Police Humayun Bhat, and rifleman Ravi Kumar Rana. To find the terrorists hiding out in the jungle at Gadole in the Kokernag region, drones and helicopters were used.
Three terrorists were slain in Baramulla as the Anantnag firefight focused attention on the J&K crisis. In the vicinity of Hathlanga, the terrorists were attempting to cross the LoC. According to Brigadier P M S Dhillon, the terrorists who targeted the Indian Army quadcopters received cover fire from the Pakistani Army. “This demonstrates how the Pakistan Army supports terrorists and gives them unrestricted access to infiltrate. It also demonstrates the Pakistan Army’s role in undermining Kashmir’s stability, the man claimed.
Ravinder Raina, the head of the BJP’s Jammu and Kashmir branch, said that Pakistan will pay dearly for its continued support of terrorism in Kashmir.
On Sunday, the fifth day of the efforts to apprehend the terrorists began. The operation has been going on nonstop since Wednesday, even in the rain. It’s thought that the terrorists are camped out in a cave on a hill. The authorities are certain that the operation has reached its conclusion and that the terrorists will soon be eliminated.
Uzair Khan, who has been active in the region and is familiar with its geography, is thought to be one of the terrorists who is hiding. He joined the Lashkar last year, and after a year, he was promoted to the position of “commander.”