PM Modi said that India has never coveted any territory or attacked another country-First

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Indian Army has handed over very crucial evidences and documents with samples recovered from the attack site at URI to National Investigating Agency’s Team. And, officials of NIA are also there at ground zero to gather vital information’s, suspects KashifJaan and RaufAzgar too were involved in planning the Uri terror attack along with Jaish-e-Mohammed leader MasoodAzhar;which India believes are behind the Uri attack that actually brought both countries in front near borders and expected Battle.
And when China announced that the “technical hold” to designate MasoodAzharas a terrorist has been extended by another three months, India after giving “final touches” will surely put its proposal to declaretheir most wanted MasoodAzharon the list of United Nations proscribed terrorists. Azhar, a resident of Bahawalpur in Pakistan has been accused by the Indian security agencies of organizing several terror attacks here, at the Indian Parliament in 2001, the Pathankot airbase attack on January 2, India had also incorporated details about his direct involvement in the September 18 attack at an Army camp in Uri, where 19 Indian Army soldiers were killed.
On other side, our Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday that India has never coveted any territory or attacked another country though it made sacrifices for the freedom of others.PM Modi said that Indian Government rescued people from conflict situations, not just Indians but foreigners too.And,in the last two years, you have seen how the government rescued people from conflict situations, not just Indians but foreigners too,” Modi said, apparently referring to his government’s rescue missions in trouble-torn West Asia. Conversely, responding to a query on doubts raised by Pakistan over the operation alleging that India has not released the footage of the operation, the Home Minister Rajnath Singh, today said, “Just wait and watch”Home Minister toldthat Indian soldiers have displayed their valour to the entire world and made the country proud by the manner in which they carried out ‘surgical strikes’ against terror launch pads across the Line of Control. Any How Nation; today celebrating Gandhi Jayantito mark the birth anniversary of ‘Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi’ also known as Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of our Nation, India.This year marks the 147th birth anniversary of Gandhi, born on October 2, 1869, who played an instrumental role in helping India achieve freedom form the British rule. We need not to forget that ‘The United Nations General Assembly’ also celebrates October 2 as the International Day of Non-Violence.
Yet, another development seen at Kashmir, where local vendors & transporters after defying separatist’s came out on streets and contributed toward bringing signs of normalcy at Srinagar city, where famous ‘Sunday-Market’ opened and worked normally after about 3 months. And, like-wise, sounds are coming out with heavy traffic plying on roads and shutters seems open at civil line areas, there-at. However, a serious decision for marking proactive-signs i.e. ‘RED-MARKING’ at roof tops of important buildings, like Hospitals, Medical-Centres & shelters etc. has been taken by the Kashmir administration, after the state government received a formal communiqué from New Delhi to be prepared to face any eventuality in case of military aggression. And, Painting the cross signs at roof tops of healthcare establishments havebeen started as the basic drills ahead of any apprehended war as it prevents airstrikes on such structures.
According to sources, health authorities have already initiated steps in this regard with Director of Health Services Kashmir Dr Saleem Ur Rehman by putting hospitals in the frontier areas like Karnah and Uri on high alert. The department has also issued a Standard operation Procedure (SoP) to the health institutions for operating during wars or war-like situations. While each of the 22 districts in the state will have to set up an emergency committee to meet any eventuality and to correspond with the quarter’s concerned, main emphasis will be on the preparedness of the hospitals. But, unfortunately; nothing alike exercise been observed or informed at Jammu Hospitals, where a mind-set, of lethargic shows are otherwise, becoming a routine, sources told.

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