Ranchi: Condemning the cowardly terrorist attack which took place in Pulwama Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das said that there was no need to fill the eyes with tears but time has come to hoist the flag of victory in Pakistan. Through a video message today
Mr Das said that from the brave land of Jharkhand one Bijay Soreng of Gumla has been martyred in the cowardly act of the terrorist and he offered his tributes to the martyr jawan. He said that Pakistan funded terrorist outfits for the last 50 years are involved in a veiled war against India. “However as long as we live we would fight against them and our armed forces are also prepared for any situation,” Mr Das said. He said that there was a need to draw inspiration from the martyrs and move towards victory. “There is no time to fill the eyes with tears but time has come to hoist the flag of victory in Pakistan,” he said. Mr Das said that under Prime Minister Narendra Modi a meeting of the CCS was held and a message has been given that strict action would be taken against the terrorist.
He said that martyrs do not die but live forever and even in Bhagwat Geeta it has been said that those who die in war go to haven and once again he offered his tributes to the martyrs of Pulwama. The Chief Minister also announced a job and a sum of Rs 10 lakh for the kin of martyr Bijay Soreng and said that entire Jharkhand was with the family of the martyr. Earlier in the day the Chief Minister had took to Twitter to hail Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision to withdraw the status of most favoured nation to Pakistan. He said
that the move would break the backbone of that nation.