National Security Advisor Ajit Doval Speaks Tough On Terror And Says,‘More Action Will Be Taken Against Pakistan’

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| March 19 , 2019 , 12:49 IST

National Security Advisor Ajit Doval on Tuesday said that the leadership of the country is fully capable of dealing with any act of terror and those who support terror activities.

During the 80th Raising Day celebrations of the Central Reserve Police Force, Mr. Doval  addressed CRPF jawans and said, "We will choose our timing. The leadership will deal with issues in its own way, whether it is taking action against terrorist or those supporting terrorists."

"Whenever we have meetings and discuss which force to send, how many battalions should be sent and where. We always say send CRPF, it’s a credible force and we can completely trust them. It takes years to achieve such credibility," Mr.Doval added.

Whereas, the NSA also paid floral tributes to the martyrs of the force including the martyrs of the Pulwama attack at the memorial. This will be followed by a parade, investiture ceremony, speeches, music tunes play by a brass band and pipe band, award distribution, daredevil show by CRPF Mahila among others in the presence of the chief guest, CRPF DG, and others.

CRPF also decorated with 1825 Gallantry Medals, which includes one Ashok Chakra, one Vir Chakra, five Kirti Chakras and 24 Shaurya Chakras.

Whereas, Doval saluted the 40 jawans who were martyred in the Pulwama terror attack when a Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist rammed an explosive-laden SUV into a CRPF convoy on February 14.

At the event Mr. Doval also said that "I pay my tributes to the 40 CRPF men who laid their lives in Pulwama," said Doval at the event.

“What should we do? What should be our way, our aim and our response and time to respond? The country’s leadership is both capable and courageous to (do) that. The country will tackle all such challenges and we have the courage to do this,” he said.

However, NDA Ajit Doval has clearly hinted that more action will be taken against Pakistan which has been accused of supporting harbouring terrorists like Masood Azhar, whose Jaish-e-Mohammed claimed responsibility for the Pulwama attack.

India reached out to the international community to put Masood Azhar in the United Nations Security Council's (UNSC) list of global terrorists. Several world leaders, including those from France, Australia, and other countries stood by India's demand to ban Azhar.