PM wants all out offensive against enemies of peace

JK News Today

 

New Delhi, November 2

Prime Minister Narendra Modi who chaired a high level security meeting on the security situation in Jammu and Kashmir on  Wednesday  has directed his senior ministers   and  the close aides not to allow Pakistan and the “internal enemies” to take normalcy as a hostage  in the sensitive border state.

Modi chaired the high level security meet attended among others by Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh , Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar  and National Security Advisor  Ajit Doval  in the wake of the deteriorating  situation on the border and the Line of Control, where Pakistan has been continuously violating  ceasefire and killing civilians  and the  widespread fear in the Kashmir Valley  because of the  endless incidents of burning of schools.

According to the informed sources, the Prime Minister was told that there is  a sinister convergence of the internal and external enemies  in Jammu and Kashmir. The more worrying fact was the involvement  of the government employees,  Kashmir university staff and  an all out defiance of the PDP-led coalition government to act  against the saboteurs of peace  in  a whole some manner.

Modi, the sources said, was quite  upset with these reports and has now directed the concerned ministries  that an all out  offensive without causing any collateral damage should be launched against the enemies of peace.

There was a wide consensus that immediate steps should be taken to  open schools . More than 30 schools have been burnt by  arsonists in the past over six weeks .

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