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India TV-CNX Opinion Poll: 57% respondents say govt need not present proof of IAF strike on JeM terror camps

In an opinion poll conducted by India TV-CNX in 27 Parliamentary constituencies of Uttar Pradesh between March 1-3, the majority clearly did not approve of the demand to present evidences of air strikes by IAF on terror camps in Pakistan.

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New Delhi Updated on: March 04, 2019 23:00 IST
India TV-CNX Opinion Poll: 57% respondents say govt need

India TV-CNX Opinion Poll: 57% respondents say govt need not present proof of IAF strike on JeM terror camps

Even as voices mounted on government to present evidence of air strikes by the Indian Air Force on terror camps in Pakistan, at least 57 per cent of people did not support the demand. In an opinion poll conducted by India TV-CNX in 27 Parliamentary constituencies of Uttar Pradesh between March 1-3, the majority clearly did not approve of the demand. 

The survey found 56.91 per cent of respondents not supporting the demand for government to submit evidences of the air strikes, while 22 per cent agreed to the demand. However, there were 21.09 per cent others who chose 'Can't say'. 

As several opposition leaders urging the Centre to present evidence of the IAF's strike on Jaish-e-Mohammed's terror training camps in Pakistan's Balakot, do you support the demand?

Options % of Survey Results
Yes 22.00
No 56.91
Can't Say 21.09

 

The opinion poll comes after last Tuesday's air strikes on Jaish-e-Mohammed terror camps in Pakistan, a retaliation to the February 14 attack on CRPF jawans in Pulwama in Kashmir, in which 40 personnel were killed. Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed had claimed responsibility of the attack. 

Respondents were also asked as to who should be credited for India's non-military preemptive strike in Balakot. 45.65 per cent credited the IAF/Army, while 30.16 per cent gave it Modi government. There were 15.49 per cent who credited both Modi government and forces. However, 8.70 per cent chose 'Can't say.'

Who should get credit for India's non-military preemptive strike in Balakot?

Options % of Survey Results
IAF/Army 45.65
Modi Govt. 30.16
Both 15.49
Can't Say 08.70

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People were asked who should be credited for Wing Commander Abhinandan's return from Pakistan, 75.41 per cent believed it to be Modi government. 8.60 per cent thought Pakistan government should be credited for the release of the IAF pilot, who was captured by Pakistani authorities on February 27 after his MiG 21 Bison went down during a dogfight with Pakistani jets. But before his plane was hit, Varthaman shot down an F-16 of Pakistan air force. There were 10.12 per cent others who believed the international community deserved the credit for Abhinandan's release. 5.87 per cent respondents, however, chose 'Can't say'. 

Who should be credited with Wing Commander Abhinandan's return from Pakistan?

Options % of Survey Results
Modi Govt. 75.41
Pakistan Govt. 08.60
International Community 10.12
Can't Say 05.87
 

India Tv - 75 per cent respondents credited Modi government for Wing Commander Abhinandan's return from Pakistan

75 per cent respondents credited Modi government for Wing Commander Abhinandan's return from Pakistan

On being asked if Wing Commander Abhinandan's release from Pakistan within two days was a big diplomatic win for India, a whopping 91 per cent said yes. Only 2.25 believed the opposite, while 5.97 chose 'Can't say'. 

Do you think the release of Wing Commander Abhinandan from Pakistan within 2 days was the big diplomatic victory for India?

Options % of Survey Results
Yes 91.78
No 02.25
Can't Say 05.97
 

India Tv - 92 per cent respondents believe Abhinandan's return was a big diplomatic win for India
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92 per cent respondents believe Abhinandan's return was a big diplomatic win for India

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