On this day in 2019, India reported the Pulwama attack that sparked debate and controversies between Pakistan and India.
According to details, false flag so-called Pulwama suicide attack in which 44 Indian Central Police Reserve Force men reported killed.
The Bharatiya Janata Party of Prime Minister Modi chose to ground its election campaign on hatred against Pakistan.
Within minutes of the Pulwama attack, it was claimed that an improvised device carrying 350 kilograms of high explosive was used. India accused Pakistan on Friday of orchestrating a suicide bombing that killed dozens of soldiers.
However, all the allegations from the extremist Modi Administration remained unproved.
In response to India’s allegations, Prime Minister Imran Khan promised New Delhi to investigate if provided “actionable evidence”
But also warned Pakistan will “retaliate” if attacked.
The Pakistan army has also warned India to avoid “any misadventure”, saying it could have dangerous consequences.
Pakistan categorically rejected Narendra Modi’s, Indian Prime Minister, a statement of Pakistan’s involvement in the Pulwama attack by implying remarks made by a minister in the National Assembly. Zahid Hafeez, Foreign Office Spokesperson said in a statement that India has miserably failed to provide any proofs against Pakistan’s alleged involvement in the Pulwama attack.