Sunjuwan attack: Pakistan-sponsored terror attack is an 'act of war'

Sunjuwan attack: Pakistan-sponsored terror attack is an 'act of war'

Gaurav C Sawant | February 13,2018

No more 'kadi ninda', India needs to take Islamabad to task for attacking Army families.

Military experts say Pakistan-sponsored terror that is deliberately attacking Army families and provoking India amount to an “act of war”. While India claims to have killed 213 terrorists and over 138 Pakistan soldiers in 2017, it definitely hasn’t deterred the rogue nation. The situation needs a national response where India needs to decide if and to what level it will engage with Pakistan. Clearly, India’s response needs to go beyond “kadi ninda” (strong condemnation).

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