Narendra Modi pays tributes to personnel killed in Pulwama attack, says their bravery will 'inspire generations'

Modi said the country's armed forces have shown time and again that they are fully capable of protecting the country

Press Trust of India February 14, 2021 14:12:15 IST
Narendra Modi pays tributes to personnel killed in Pulwama attack, says their bravery will 'inspire generations'

File image of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. PTI

Chennai: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday paid tributes to the CRPF jawans who were killed in the terror attack in Pulwama district of south Kashmir in February, 2019.

"No Indian can forget this day. Two years ago, the Pulwama attack happened. We pay homage to all the martyrs. We are proud of our security forces and their bravery will continue to inspire generations," he said at a function.

He said the country's armed forces have shown time and again that they are fully capable of protecting our motherland.

Forty CRPF personnel were killed in the terrorist attack carried out by Pakistan-based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammad in Pulwama on 14 February, 2019.

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