Indian PM Modi: Pak Assumed It Could Keep Wounding Us But We Surprised Them with Air Strikes

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday while addressing a political campaign said that Pakistan was assuming it can keep “wounding India, wage attacks, proxy wars and India would not respond”.

“They [Pakistan] were thinking that Modi carried out surgical strikes last time (in 2016, after the Uri attack) and the same would happen the second time. And then, at the LoC, they (Pakistan) had all kinds of things, tanks and what not lining up. And what did we do?”

Stating that “terrorists got an answer in their own language” , Modi said Pakistan had become “so scared that around 5 am, they told the world that Indian forces had hit them”. “They started saying Modi has hit (us). The world was informed by them, not us,” the PM said.

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