President Kovind flags national security as one of top most priorities of Modi govt

20 Jun 2019 08:39 PM

President Kovind flags national security as one of top most priorities of Modi govt

Updated 20 Jun 2019 08:39 PM

President Ram Nath Kovind Thursday flagged national security as one of top most
priorities of the Narendra Modi government, saying all possible steps will be taken to ensure country's security as it was done after the terror attack in Pulwama.
He also said that illegal infiltrators pose a major threat to India's internal security, leading to social imbalance in many parts of the country. "India has amply demonstrated both her intent and capabilities, first through surgical strikes and then through air strikes on terrorist hideouts across the border after the Pulwama attack.

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