NEW DELHI: The Indian establishment on Saturday exercised restraint and avoided making direct anti-Pakistan comments after the fidayeen attack at an Indian Air Force base in Pathankot in northern Punjab.
The attack comes within days of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's unscheduled stopover in Lahore while returning from Russia via Afghanistan.
Modi condemned the attack and said that enemies of humanity who could not see the nation succeed had attempted to cause harm to the armed forces.
The enemies of India couldn't have been sent over without Pak's help. Pakis have always been very jealous of India
But, Modi wants friendship with Pakuistan.
At such times we must not think about politics but all of india must come together.
Our PM Modiji is a gentleman, he does not want to offend his friend
Kashmir problem was Created by Nehru and congress wants his legacy to continue ad infinitum.
Dinesh Kumar Gupta
Excising restraint is another name for cowardice.
Unknown - 7 hours ago
If we know Pak has done that,why not naming and shaming them..
Bravo to the brave Jawan
This attack was bound to happen,may the soul of the deceased Indian Soldiers rest in peace,Mr.Modi made a huge mistake by embracing the snake "Pakistani Establishment".
Pakistanis are born with the everlasting hatred towards India and Indians
Why we restraining our self speaking truth out.... Their sartaj Ali was saying it's not going to work.... This is what he meant
Something tells me there is going to be another coup/ assassination in Pakistan!
Terrorism has spread to India. I hope it does not become another Afghanistan or Iraq