PM Modi ordered 'hot pursuit' of NE Ultras: Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore

PM Modi ordered 'hot pursuit' of NE Ultras: Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore

Following the Manipur ambush in which 18 Indian soldiers were killed, the Indian Army on Tuesday knocked off around 50 North East Ultras in a massive counter-attack along the Indo-Myanmar border.

Applauding the Indian Army's operation, Minister of State for Information & Broadcasting Colonel (retired) Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had ordered the "hot pursuit" to send a strong message to the terrorists, as reported in IBN Live.com.

Rathore also said the operation along the Indo-Myanmar border was a bold step taken by the Modi government.

India is a strong nation and it will deal with all the terrorists in the similar way, he added.
As per media reports, two separate operations were carried out along the international border and the Myanmar government was taken on board.

After the Army was ambushed on June 4, combing operations were carried out along the border and the military intelligence worked on gathering specific inputs.

On obtaining pinpoint information, the Army headquarters planned the operation, sources added.

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