Donald Trump says Pulwama attack horrible- Washington: US President Donald Trump on Tuesday described the Pulwama terrorist attack by Jaish-e-Mohammad as a “terrible situation”, in which 40 Indian paramilitary personnel were killed, and said they are receiving reports on it and Will issue a statement.
Stress between India and Pakistan has increased due to the February 14 attack and Trump told reporters at the White House’s Oval Office that if two neighbours of South Asia meet together, then it will be “wonderful”.
Donald Trump says Pulwama attack horrible
“I have seen, I have received many reports on this. We have a comment (at) on the appropriate time, it will be very good.”,He said in response to a question.
“This (terrorist attack) was a terrible situation. We are receiving reports, we will have a statement.”, Trump said. After the terrorist attack, his national security advisor, John Bolton, supported the right of India’s defence of self-defence.
State Secretary Mike Pompeo, Bolton, and the White House Press Secretary, Sarah Sanders, in separate statements, told Pakistan to immediately take action against JeM and its leaders and support terrorists safe haven.
The security personnel was killed when a JeM terrorist hit an explosive-laden car in a vehicle.
On 14th February, 40 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel were killed by the locally-assault suicide bomber, Adil Ahmed Dar, in Pulwama, Kashmir, when they left for Srinagar on a vacation to report for duty Were in. Adil Ahmed Dar drove his car near the CRPF convoy on the Jammu-Srinagar highway and exploded about 60 kg of RDX. Adil Ahmed Dar, a year ago, joined Pakistan-based terrorist group Jaish-e-Mohammed.
Meanwhile, US lawmakers strongly condemned the heinous act of terrorism.
Donald Trump says Pulwama attack horrible, would be wonderful if India-Pakistan get along
“The terror attack carried out by targeting Indian soldiers in Kashmir is terrible and I condemn it in stern words. My prayers and sympathy are with the victims and their families.”, Senator Ted Cruz said.
So far, 20 out of 100 American senators have issued their support for India after the terrorist attacks.
Alyssa Ayres from Council on Foreign Relations think-tank ally lashed out at Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday, who had demanded evidence for him for terrorist attacks in a speech. For more information, you can visit www.indiatimelines.com.
He would take action against the perpetrators of the Pulwama terror attack if New Delhi shares “actionable intelligence” but warned against any “revenge” response On Tuesday, Khan said.
“Unfortunately, Pakistan has not acted against LeT and JeM despite the evidence. Nobody has attacked the Mumbai attack,” Ayres said.