In a strike to avenge the Pulwama terror attack and send a strong message to terror-backing Pakistan, the Indian Air Forces on Tuesday dawn struck the terror bases inside Pakistan with 12 Mirage 2000 Aircrafts carrying 1000 kgs of bomb.
Prior to the strike carried out by the Indian Air Force that has put Imran Khan's government and Pakistan military in an embarrassing spot, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had warned the terror-backing country of a 'fitting response' for the attack that martyred 40 CRPF soldiers.
Here are the five warnings that PM Modi gave Pakistan after the cowardly Pulwama terror attack:
Around 785 kilometres away from Pakistan at Tonk in Rajasthan, PM Modi warned Pakistan saying, Duniya bhar mai inka dana paani band hona chahiye ki nahi hona chahiye, saathiyon aapka yeh Pradhan Sevak isi kaam mai juta hai”
("In the world, shouldn't their food and water be stopped? Your Prime Sevak is engrossed in this")
Following the ghastly attack in Pulwama on 40 CRPF jawans, within 24 hours Prime Minister addressing the nation in New Delhi warned the perpetrators of the attack saying, "Mai aatanki sangathon ko aur unke sarparson ko kehna chahta hu ki woh ek bahut badi galti kar chuke hain,bahut badi keemat unko chukani padegi."
("I would want to tell the terror organisations and their supporters that they have made a huge mistake, they will have to pay a big price of this")
A day after the Pulwama attack, while speaking in a rally in Jhansi, Prime Minister Modi gave his second warning saying, "Humare padosi, ke us mansube ka desh ke 130 crore log milkar ke jawab denge, muhtod jawab denge”
("Our neighbours, 130 crore people of our country will give a fitting response")
In a third warning to Pakistan, within three two days of the attack perpetrated by Pakistan-backed Jaish-e-Mohammed terror organisation, PM Modi in Yavatmal said, "har parivar ko mai yeh bharosa dena chahta hu, aapke aankkhon mai jo aansu hai un aansu ka pura pura jawaab diya jaayega, Bharat nai reeti aur nayi neeti ka desh hai yeh ab Duniya bhi anubhav karegi."
("I'd to give the families the confidence that a complete response will be given for the tear in your eyes. India is a country of new customs and policies, now even the world will know this.")
Days after the attack, while speaking at Barauni in Bihar, PM Modi reiterated the nation's sentiment.
He said, "jo aag aapke dil mai hai wahi aag mere dil mai bhi hai."
("I have the same fire in my heart, the one that you have in yours.")