All Party Meet On Pulwama Attack Ends
Opposition Parties Extend Support
Opposition parties have extended support to the government. Congress party leader Ghulam Nabi Azad said all political leaders expressed solidarity towards the government’s efforts to bring the perpetrators to task in a time bound manner.
Armed Forces Empowered To Decide On Response To Pulwama Attack: Prime Minister
The Prime Minister who is in Maharashtra today, reiterated the government’s position on letting the armed forces decide on how to respond to the Pulwana attack.
India Moves To Isolate Pakistan
The Indian government has chosen to use all diplomatic channels to try and isolate Pakistan, after the Jaish-e-Mohammed took responsibility for the Pulwama attack. The Ministry of External Affairs briefed the Ambassadors of five neighbouring countries including China on the measures proposed to put pressure on Pakistan to crack down on terror units in the country.
40 Soldiers Lost Their Lives In Pulwama Attack
40 soldiers lost their lives on Thursday after a youth rammed his vehicle filled with explosives into a CRPF convoy in Pulwama, 20 kilometres away from the state capital Srinagar.
PM Modi Pays Last Respects To Jawans At New Delhi
PM Modi laid wreaths on the mortal remains of the CRPF jawans when they were brought back to the national capital. Congress President Rahul Gandhi and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal too, paid their tribute to the slain jawans.
Rajnath To Address All-Party Meet In New Delhi At 11 am
Home Minister Rajnath Singh who visited the site of the Pulwama attack on Friday, is briefing political leaders at an all-party meeting in New Delhi. The government has already started using diplomatic channels, in an effort to isolate Pakistan and held a meeting with five neighbouring countries on Friday.