After Pawan Khera created a furore at the India TV conclave by comparing India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi with dreaded terrorists Maulana Masood Azhar, Osama bin Laden, Dawood Ibrahim and Pakistan's intelligence agency ISI, politicians are critising him for his disgraceful comment.
Defying global opposition to terrorism, China vetoed sanctions against Masood Azhar, extending cover to him and Pakistan that protects him. China was the only Security Council member to oppose the proposal.
Read full speech of Rajat Sharma, Editor-in-Chief of the India TV Group, at Vande Mataram Conclave 2019.
Talking about terrorism, GD Bakshi said,"India has been fighting against terrorism for past 70 years. It is madness to do the same things again and again and expect a different result. We have been trying to talk with Pakistan to bring peace but in vain."
Pakistan is not strong enough to do any harm to India. We never had a doubt on the ability of our armed forces, there was always a doubt on the political will of the previous governments.
BJP's Sudhanshu Trivedi and Congress' Manish Tewari were at the loggerheads at India TV's day-long conclave 'Vande Mataram' on Saturday.
Talking about the current state of events he said the threat from Pakistan remains and our forces will always have to be alert and in a state of readiness. He said India doesn’t want war, but an end to terrorism.
Railway Minister Piyush Goyal today called for political consensus on removing Article 370 that grants special status to Jammu & Kashmir in the Constitution of India.
Mos General V.K Singh, on Saturday said that Balakote Airstrike was a conclusive decision taken against terrorism and this action against terrorists shows India's war preparedness.
Condemning the Pulwama terror attack and the recent attack in New Zealand's Christchurch, Goyal said that it is only under PM Modi's governance, India can be safe and secure.
Diplomacy or strike, what will end terrorism? Watch India TV conclave full day today.
India TV's annual conference is back and the focus this year is Pak-grown terrorism. The conclave is being held today and is also being broadcast live on India TV .
The entire world will have to unite to defeat the evil of terrorism by isolating those who support it, Naqvi was quoted as saying in a statement from his office.
India TV is organising the latest edition of its full-day conclave 'Vande Matram' on the menace of terrorism. The conclave will be attended by various well-known personalities.
Senior Congress leader B K Hariprasad on Thursday alleged "match-fixing" between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Pakistan over the Pulwama terror attack, prompting the BJP to accuse the opposition party of "stooping to a new low" and claiming that he spoke at the instance of Rahul Gandhi.
Addressing a rally in MP's Dhar on Tuesday, PM Modi said that India gave a befitting reply to the Pulwama attack by entering the den of terrorists in Pakistan.
Vijay Gokhale on last Tuesday said the non-military and pre-emptive strike on a Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) training camp in Balakot had killed "very large number" of terrorists, trainers and senior commanders.
Later, trolled for referring to the attack in which 40 CRPF personnel were killed, Singh tweeted again, saying there should be not doubt that the incident was an act of terrorism.
“If one work gets over, our government doesn’t sleep, but gets ready for another,” Modi said, in a veiled reference to the February 26 air strike on a terror camp in Pakistan.
To gauge the mood of the nation after the IAF strike, CNX, a Delhi based research and survey agency has conducted a series of Opinion Polls for IndiaTV.
"The previous UPA government was shy to take on Pakistan, saying both are nuclear-powered nations and any conflict will be dangerous," Puri said.
Former Congress minister Kapil Sibal on Monday pointed to foreign media reports that said there was no proof that terrorists were killed in Balakot and asked if the prime minister was guilty of "politicising terror."
Mayawati appealed to the people to stand with the families of those killed in terror attacks and extend all possible support.
"Pakistan smiled only after the press conferences of the opposition leaders where they raised questions on the courage of the armed forces," Shah claimed.
The Minister strongly put it across that the JeM is a "Pakistan-based and supported terrorist organisation".
Led by Chairman & Editor-in-Chief Rajat Sharma, India TV’s team of premier journalists shall give their best to focus on the solution approach and creating an environment for a broad spectrum consensus on the issue.