On Monday Home Minister Rajnath Singh said that the government of Narendra Modi would not let "countrymen hang their heads in shame" and would "act without announcing", as he spoke on India's response to Pakistan-based terrorists attacking Indian security forces and the mutilation of two soldiers recently.
Rajnath Singh told to the India TV in a programme in Kashmir on the situation, "Bol ke nahin karengey, karke dikhayengey (we will not announce before acting, we will just do it)."
India would be respond to the beheading of its soldiers by Pakistani troops earlier this month, the minister said that people should not presume that nothing is being done by the government.
Rajnath Singh said, by adding the government felt the pain of the people, "The surgical strike took 10-15 days of preparations. Please do not presume that nothing is happening on behalf of the government...I can say this much for now that we will not allow our countrymen to hang their heads in shame."
Rajnath Singh further said, “There is pain in our hearts too, but we will not allow that pain to continue for a long time.”
Whether the army should again cross the border and retaliate against the terrorist, when asked Rajnath Singh said, "I should not react (to this question). The one who brags too much never does...we will not announce in advance, we will do it".
About the action against the terrorist asked who killed Ummer Fayaz the Army Officer who was kidnapped from a family wedding and was shot dead, the Home Minister said that, "Just Wait. Whatever happened to Ummer Fayaz has caused pain in the hearts of Indians. He was a role model for youths," said by Rajnath Singh.
In the country in the Maoist problem, the Minister Rajnath Singh said that there was a 450% spike in the number of Maoists surrendering in the last two years.
Added by Rajnath Singh that their activities had also gone down by 40-50%