PM Modi Pays Homage To Martyred CRPF Soldiers Of 2019 Pulwama Terror Attack

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Mr. Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India, on the 14th of February, Monday, paid tribute to Pulwama Attack martyrs.

Mr. Narendra Modi took to Twitter and said, “I pay homage to all those martyred in Pulwama on this day in 2019 and recall their outstanding service to our nation.  Their bravery and supreme sacrifice motivates every Indian to work towards a strong and prosperous country.”

Mr. Narendra Modi remembered 40 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel who lost their lives in the 2019 terrorist attack, in Pulwama. 

The incident was more severe than the terror attack in Uri, Jammu and Kashmir, in 2016.  Adil Ahmad Dar, a member of the Jaish e Mohammed (JeM,) took responsibility for the attack.  In a video, Adil confessed how he rammed a Mahindra Scorpio full of 350 kg explosives into a convoy carrying 40 CRPF jawans and took the lives  of the 40 Indian Army soldiers.

It has been three year since the incident took place and people still remember how the 40 CRPF jawans were killed.  

In retaliation, on  the 26th of February, 2019, the Indian Government decided to retaliate against the attack by conducting an airstrike by the Indian Air Force (IAF.) 

Approximately 12 Mirage 2000 fighter jets flew over the LoC and dropped 1,000 kg of laser guided bombs and destroyed the JeM camps situated across the LoC.  The main target of the IAF was the terrorist training camps in Balakot, Pakistan.

Twitter is flooded with posts and messages containing #BlackDay and #PulwamaAttack in remembrance of the soldiers who lost their lives.

Leaders and celebrities took to their Twitter handles and remembered the jawans today, the day which marks three years since the Pulwama terror attack took place.

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