Forty-three Indian soldiers have died in an attack on CRPF convoy in Pulwama of Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday. There is anger in every part of the country. Government is also seen in action.

A meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Security headed by Prime Minister Modi was held in Delhi. National Security Adviser Ajit Doval had a meeting with the heads of all the security forces. Defense Minister Nirmala Sitharaman returned from Sweden and reached the Delhi meeting directly.

Pulwama Terror Attack

Pakistan's High Commissioner Sohail Mahmood was summoned to the Indian External Affairs Ministry.

In Islamabad, the High Commissioner of India Ajay Bisaria has called back the Foreign Ministry for talks.

At the same time, the HT quoted Congress President Rahul Gandhi as saying: "At this time the whole opposition is standing with the government."

Earlier, IB Chief and the other senior officers left Srinagar. At the same time, the minister and Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu made a shocking statement in the Punjab government saying, "I condemn the cowardly attack but the permanent solution to the issue will come out through negotiations."

After the CCS meeting, Arun Jaitley said that India had withdrawn the status of the Most Favored Nation to from Pakistan. After a while, PM Modi said in two words: "Terrorist organizations have made a big mistake.

They and their guardians have to pay for the murder of each of our martyrs' blood."

It is believed that the central government will now take tough steps.

This is the largest car bomb attack on the convoy of the security forces in the state.

This is the second largest attack on the CRPF over the last nine years. Earlier, in April 2010, CRPF personnel of 76 CRPF were martyred in Chhattisgarh's Maoist attack. According to a TOI report, the conspiracy of the Pulwama attack was planned by militant outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed in Pakistan two months ago.

After the martyrdom of 43 soldiers in the CRPF convoy in Pulwama, the Security forces have been given full independence.

Arun Jaitley, who has re-assumed the post of finance minister after the cabinet meeting, said that whosoever is involved in this attack, he will have to pay a heavy price.

Jaish-e-Mohammad claims responsibility

Adil Ahmad Dar, the Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorist behind the terror attack on security forces in Jammu and Kashmir, lived just 10 km from the spot where he rammed his car full of explosives into a security convoy.