‘Desh nahi Jhukne Dunga,’ says PM Modi in first speech after air strike


“I assure everyone that the country is in safe hands,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in the first speech after the Indian Air Strike on JeM camps inside Pakistan.

Prime Minister asked the people present in Rajasthan’s Churu that their mood seems different today. He recited a poem which he said he recited in 2014 as well and is repeating today.

“सौगंध मुझे इस मिट्टी की, मैं देश नहीं मिटने दूंगा।

मैं देश नहीं रुकने दूंगा, मैं देश नहीं झुकने दूंगा।।

मेरा वचन है भारत मां को तेरा शीश नहीं झुकने दूंगा।

सौगंध मुझे इस मिट्टी की मैं देश नहीं मिटने दूंगा,” said PM Modi.

Receiving loud applauds from people for these moving lines, PM Modi said that the country is in safe hands and that he belongs to a party for which the country is the most important, much more than the party and the self.

PM Modi made these remarks in reference to the early morning pre-emptive air strikes conducted by the Indian Air Force on the JeM terror camps in Pakistan as India’s response to the dastardly attack on CRPF forces in Pulwama, Kashmir on 14th February. PM Modi further reiterated his commitment towards the Armed Forces of the country and highlighted key decisions and initiatives that fulfill this commitment.

In this regard, Prime Minister Modi listed out the inauguration of the long-impending ‘National War Memorial’ in New Delhi yesterday as a tribute to martyred soldiers of the country as well as his government’s decision to implement ‘One Rank, One Pension,’ another longtime demand of the Armed Forces as landmark initiatives.
Concluding his wide-ranging address to his supporters, Prime Minister Modi urged his supporters to vote for the BJP in large numbers during the upcoming Lok Sabha Elections this year and pledge their support for the clean and efficient governance of BJP governments and to ensure that the ongoing upward trajectory of progress in country continues in the years to come.