“125 crore Indians celebrating Parakram Parva”, Modi in Mann ki Baat

The Indian army will retaliate heavily against any ceasefire violations or provocative actions from now. Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Mann Ki Baat, his monthly radio program, made it certain that any activity intended to disturb peace will meet a tougher response.

It has been decided that our soldiers will give a befitting reply to whosoever makes  an attempt to destroy the atmosphere of peace and progress in our nation.

Modi’s remarks come on the second anniversary of surgical strikes on terror launch pads by the army in 2016. The Prime Minister dedicating a large time of his address to the armed forces. He said that the whole country is celebrating “Parakram Parva”, the festival of valor remembering the befitting reply of the soldiers.

We believe in peace, we are committed to taking it forward… but not at the cost of compromising our self respect and sovereignty of our nation

India has a record of non-aggressive intent and their commitment and dedication towards peace is intact, said Modi in Mann ki Baat.

Top Stories

  • Over 1.5 lakh polio vaccines contaminated with Type 2 Polio Virus.

Daily Scoop: Polio Virus
Img: The Hindu

Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra and Telangana among states under surveillance by the Health Ministry and the World Health Organisation. The government has ordered immunization of children with additional doses in the three states immediately. The vaccine manufacturing firm Biomed’s Managing Director is under arrest.

  • Pakistan helicopter violates Indian airspace, Indian Troops fire.

The helicopter had the Prime Minister of Pakistan occupied Kashmir Raja Farooq Haider. Indian troops on ground opened fire with small firearms. The copter violated the airspace, venturing into the Indian side for about 2-3 minutes.

  • Over 1234 feared dead in the Indonesian Tsunami till now.

Daily Scoop: Tsunami, Earthquake hits Indonesia, death toll reaches1234

The 7.5 magnitude earthquake resulting in over 20 feet tsunami waves left as many as 1234 dead, as of 1 pm on 2nd October. Many others feared trapped in the debris as rescue operations are underway. The government has allocated 560 billion Rupiah for the relief measures.

Also Read:

Facebook Comments


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here