India launched a counter-terror operation in Balakot on February 26.
A strict vigil is being maintained along the LoC and the worldwide border and any further "provocation or misadventure by Pakistan will be responded in a befitting manner with dire consequences", the statement added. However, throughout the clip, Abhinandan remains calm and can be heard saying, "I am sorry, I am not supposed to tell you this". Would you not be sad? "Would you do something that people in Pakistan applaud", he asked.
In Islamabad, the military's press wing has twice called off visits to the site for weather and organisational reasons and an official said no visit would be possible for a few days more due to security issues.
Both sides also claimed a second plane had been shot down, but they have disputed whose plane it was and what happened to the pilot. The opposition said the government should come clean as the Bharatiya Janata President president Amit Shah had claimed that 250 terrorists were killed in the air strike. Is Pakistan a fool to say that it was beaten up.
"But this is our people asking for proof".
The navy later said the submarine was detected on Monday within Pakistan's maritime zone, or 200 nautical mile (370 kilometre) exclusive economic zone, but did not give further details on the location.
The NYT said the the USA "could help India strengthen its counterterrorism capabilities to prevent future attacks and it could encourage India to modify its approach to those opposing its rule in Kashmir, which the United Nations and other groups say involves widespread human rights abuses". We will not take these steps under pressure from anyone. But it sat idle.
Pulwama was a tragedy but it should be seen not as JeM terrorism; rather it is a stark indicator of the total alienation of the Kashmiri people not just with the Indian occupation forces but with India itself. Earlier, a terror blast took place in Pulwama where more than 40 CRPF soldiers were martyred.
"Is it acceptable to you the way they (previous government) did?"
The prime minister said the Bharatiya Janata Party-led government did not seek any credit for the air strike.
Asking the gathering if the country wanted to teach Pakistan a lesson and put an end to terror activities, Modi asked, "Would your blessings be there if a war takes place in future".