Pulwama Martyrs’ Kin Want India To ‘Hit Pakistan Where It Hurts’ After Terror Admission

The kin of the Pulwama martyrs have urged the Indian government to unite and exact revenge from Pakistan after the Pak government’s formal admission over the February 14, 2019, attack that saw 40 jawans martyred. Pakistan’s hand in the dreaded Pulwama attack was confirmed after their minister Fawad Chaudhry admitted on the floor of the Pakistan National Assembly that the attack was the ‘biggest achievement’ of the Imran Khan government.

Following Pakistan’s admission, the family members of the martyrs called for the country to unite to avenge the death of the bravehearts and urged the government to ‘hit Pakistan where it hurts them the most’.


Pakistan Federal Minister Fawad Chaudhury on Thursday officially acknowledged his country’s role in the Pulwama terror attack. He boasted in the national assembly that “Pulwama was achievement under leadership of Imran Khan” and that “Hindustan ko ghus ke maara hai”.

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“We hit India by entering inside. Our achievement in Pulwama is the achievement of the entire community under the leadership of Imran Khan. You all also have credit (for it),” Chaudhry told the National Assembly on Thursday. Earlier, Pakistan had always maintained that it was not involved in the terror attack on February 14, 2019, that shook India.

The attack on the CRPF convoy, moving from Jammu towards Srinagar on February 14, 2019, at Pulwama, with an IED-laden vehicle had claimed the lives of 40 CRPF personnel and grievously injured many others.


Days later India carried out an airstrike on JeM`s Balakot terror training camp in Pakistan. India had also withdrawn the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status to Pakistan following the terror attack.

It had said that the External Affairs Ministry will initiate all possible diplomatic steps which have to be taken to ensure the isolation of Pakistan for having a direct hand in the incident. The international community had expressed its strong support to India in the wake of the terror attack.

Source: Republic World