Narendra Modi recently came out in the open and spoke against the on-going proxy war between Pakistan and India. With Nawaz Sharif recently visiting India, many thought that the cold war between the two parties is going to end. However, the proxy war might just be one of the reasons why the two parties are going to remain in a cold war.
The recently elected Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, stated that Pakistan should stop this on-going proxy war as many Indian soldiers are getting injured and a few have even lost their lives.
Modi gave the reference to the Kargil war and stated that the army of India does not ever compromise on the needs of the people living in the area and always fully caters them.
He said, “Neighbouring country has lost the strength to fight a conventional war, but continues to engage in proxy war of terrorism”.
He also spoke about the union budget, where he stated that India will work towards the welfare of the army. In the end he said that the Indian army is going to build a National War Memorial so that the future generations can be inspired through it.