What happened in Pulwama and Uri was heartbreaking: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday sent across a strong message to forces targeting India, saying the country cannot keep suffering forever and that his government has taken some “strong decisions” against such elements.
“For many decades, the country and numerous families have suffered the wounds and pain given by terrorism, Naxalism and insurgency. What happened in Pulwama and Uri was heartbreaking. We cannot bear this pain till eternity. Enough is enough,” the Prime Minister said while addressing CISF personnel at its base here.

The paramilitary force on Sunday is celebrating the 50th year of its raising.
This is the first time Modi attended the event of any of the five Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) since he took charge in 2014. Raised in 1969, the Central Industrial Security Force has about 1.56 lakh personnel in its ranks at present.

The PM said that following Pulwama incident, his government has taken some strong decisions, in an apparent reference to the IAF strike on camps.

“Someone, sometime, has to take a big decision . It is my privilege that with the support of the crores of people of this country, we took some strong decisions,” Modi said with the top security officers in attendance.