After the Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised the security forces for thwarting the possible terrorist attacks on the 26/11 anniversary, the Indian Navy on Friday said that the navy is fully prepared to deal with any terror attack through the sea. is. Vice Admiral MS Pawar, Deputy Chief of the Indian Navy, claimed that the Navy is very well prepared to defeat every threat of terrorism from the sea.
Pawar told news agency ANI that on the occasion of completion of 12 years of 26/11 after the next 5 days, the terrorists are trying another terrorist attack, but this time they cannot surprise the Navy. In such a situation, we are fully prepared. He said that the Navy is ready to deal with any terrorist incident. Ms Pawar said that I want to give confidence to the whole country that the Indian Navy, along with its other stakeholders, will overcome and succeed in defeating any such challenge whether at sea or by sea.
Big thing revealed in the meeting led by PM
Let me tell you that if the plans of the four terrorists killed in Nagrota of Jammu and Kashmir were successful, a terrorist attack like 26/11 could have happened again in the country. These four terrorists of Pakistan-based terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammed were in the backdrop of 26 November attack in a big city like Mumbai. This was revealed in a high-level meeting led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday.
Prime Minister gave a strong message to Pakistan by tweeting
After the meeting, the Prime Minister tweeted and gave a strong message to Pakistan. Taking the name of Pakistan, the PM wrote, ‘The 4 terrorists associated with the Pakistan-based terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammed were wiped out and the presence of huge amount of weapons and explosives with them indicates that their efforts to create great devastation once Then it has been thwarted. ‘ PM also praised the security forces. He wrote, “Our security forces again showed bravery and professionalism, whose valor and vigilance have defeated the conspiracy to end democratic efforts in Jammu and Kashmir.”