Jittery Pakistan threatens PM Narendra Modi through balloons, Urdu letters; says will avenge Indian Army's surgical strikes
It seems Pakistan is yet to come out of shock after brave Indian Army soldiers decimated terror camps in Pakistan's territory.
Gurdaspur: It seems Pakistan is yet to come out of shock after brave Indian Army soldiers decimated terror camps in Pakistan's territory.
Two balloons with a message, written in Urdu and purportedly addressed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, were found at Ghesal village in Dinanagar. Noteworthy, Dinanagar had witnessed a terror attack last year.
The threat letter addressed to PM Narendra Modi, says we'll take revenge on India for surgical strikes.
What's that message written in Urdu?
Police got the message, written on a piece of paper and pasted on the yellow-coloured balloons, translated. It read: "Modiji, Ayubi ki talwaren abhi hamare paas hain. Islam zindabad." (Modiji, Ayyubi’s swords are still with us. Long live Islam)
Who first saw these balloons?
The balloons were first seen by a villager near his house on Friday and when he found the note written in Urdu, he handed them over to the police.
Notably, Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal was visiting the border districts of Gurdaspur and Pathankot on Saturday to monitor the arrangements made for the villagers who have been evacuated in the apprehension of retaliation from Pakistan to the Army's surgical strikes on terrorist launchpads in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) recently
In July, the police had recovered a balloon from Jhande Chak village near Dinanagar. It had a picture of the Pakistani flag painted, along with 'I love Pakistan' written on it
Three heavily-armed terrorists in army fatigues had stormed a police station at Dinanagar town in Gurdaspur district last year, killing seven persons, including a Superintendent of Police (SP), before they were gunned down in a day-long operation by the security forces.