BJP president Amit Shah on Monday reiterated the party-led government's stand on the Pulwama terror attack, saying that the Army will give a befitting reply to the Pulwama terror attack. He added that the BJP has a zero-tolerance policy on terrorism. He was speaking in Jaipur, Rajasthan at the event on party's Shakti Kendra Sambodhan.
"As 40 CRPF jawans were martyred, and five more personnel from CRPF and Army were martyred, it is an opportunity to take a resolution against terrorism.
"There are five martyrs from Rajasthan too. The whole country is standing with them.
"The BJP will not let the sacrifice of the martyrs go in vain, we will give a strong reply. Among all political parties, only BJP is the one which takes zero-tolerance policy against terrorism.
"In the entire country, we have the power to deal with terrorists.
"Only PM Modi has the political will to give a befitting reply to the terrorists. The BJP has begun its work in supporting the army and increasing the might of the military.
The BJP government has allocated the highest budget for Defence.
"I have faith in our soldiers. This is a cowardice's attack, to attack in the dark. The army will give a befitting reply in the right time and place," he said.
In a massive victory for forces, two Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists were killed in an encounter in Pulwama n south Kashmir on Monday. One of them is believed to be Jaish-e-Mohammed chief operation commander and JeM founder Masood Azhar's top aide Kamran, say sources.
Kamran was a Pakistani national who went by the alias Gazi and was heading all operations in the valley.
The second terrorist who was neutralised in the operation is identified as Hilal.
The terrorists were linked to the attack on CRPF in Pulwama's Awantipora.
The Indian Army, Jammu and Kashmir police, SOG CRPF Joint operation in Pinglina carried the joint operation, say sources. One Army Major and three soldiers were martyred in the operation, sources said.