Ever since the Pulwama terror attack on February 14, in which 40 CRPF jawans lost their lives, the people of India are filled with anger. Despite Jaish-e-Mohammed claiming responsibility for the attack, the Pakistan govt has refused to take the blame, which has only added to the frustrations of the Indian faithfuls.
People came out on the streets, took to social media to vent out their anger in light of the terror attack. And on Thursday, a few people staged protest against Pakistan outside the Pak High Commission in the National Capital following the recent provocation by Pakistan Air Force.
A group of people in Delhi shouted slogans against the neighboring country even as the cops tried to pull them away. Further, they threw shoes at the Pakistan national flag before burning it to the ground to express their anger over the Pulwama terror attack.
Despite global pressure and irrefutable evidences suggesting Pakistan provides shelter to terror outfits, Imran Khan and his government have remained in denial. They are yet to take any kind of action action against Jaish-e-Mohammed - orchestrator of Pulwama attack - and haven't even accepted that the terror outfit has its roots in Pakistan.
Relations between India and Pakistan took a serious hit following the Pulwama attack, but the events in the past two days has made it clear that India will go all out until the time Pakistan takes a strong stand against terrorism and perpetrators of the February 14 attack.
On Tuesday, the Indian Air Force stormed inside the Pakistan territory and carried out a successful strike. Terror camps belonging to JeM, also used by other organizations like Hizbul and LeT, were blown away by 16 Mirage 2000s in an operation which lasted 17 minutes.
A spooked Pakistan resorted to cheap tricks on Wednesday by attempting to infiltrate the Indian airspace. Though, their efforts were unsuccessful as the Indian Air Force shot down one of Pakistan's F-16 while sending back the other two.