With surgical strike, India has declared its new policy to tackle militancy: Modi

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Srinagar, Feb 3: India’s surgical strike across the Line of Control has shown the world its new policy (neeti) and tradition (reeti) in tackling militancy, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday.
In a stern message to those spreading militancy and killing innocent youths, the Prime Minister said the country would give befitting response to every militant.
“I assure all the youths of Jammu and Kashmir and the country that the government will give befitting response (‘muhtod jawab’) to every terrorist. We will break the backbone of militancy in the state,” he said addressing a function here.
Paying homage to those killed while fighting terrorists, including Nazir Ahmed Wani and Aurangzeb from Jammu and Kashmir, Modi said heroes are those who live to fulfil dreams and the biggest cowards are the ones who kill others’ dreams.
“Today the whole country is angry to see the killings of innocent and armless Kashmiri youths. (These Kashmiri boys are targeted) because these youths want to live and fulfil their dreams. But they are targeted by militancy. This is the truth of militancy here,” he said, adding the government will fight militancy with all its might.
The Prime Minister said the development of people of Jammu and Kashmir and that of the state is the priority of the central government.
Modi assured all that his government will follow the late Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s dream of peaceful and prosperous Kashmir with the motto of “sabka saath, sabka vikaas” (collective efforts, inclusive growth).
“We will keep making all the efforts (in realising this dream),” PM Modi said.