Law Kumar Mishra
Patna : Entire Bihar was on high alert on Thursday noon following reports of successful attack on Pakistani terror camps by Indian forces in the wee hours. Security checks at airports at Gaya and Patna and all railway stations have been tightened. The Shashstra Seema Bal (SSB) posted on the Indo-Nepal border also intensified patrolling on the borders on Nepal and Bangladesh.

Last week, four jawans from Bihar were killed in the attack by terrorists at Uri in J&K on September 18.
Union agriculture and farmers welfare minister Radhamohan Singh while welcoming the attack on terrorists camps in POK said the Prime Minister has fulfilled his commitment and proved he has a56 inch chest.
Kiran Kumari, widow of  one of the sla in jawans Naik S K Vidyarthi of Boknar  village in Gaya district welcomed the attack on Pakistani training camps. She said PM Narendra Modi deserves praise for the surgical strike. This should have been done earlier though, she said and added the action was a tribute to the jawans killed at Uri. She said PM Narendra Modi had promised martyrdom of jawans would not go in vain and he acted on his promise.

Bihar had faced terror attacks and explosions at Bodh Gaya and Patna’s Gandhi Maidan in 2014. Narendra Modi, the then PM candidate of BJP had nearly escaped serial explosions at Gandhi Maidan at an election meeting in which around a dozen persons were killed.
Union home minister Rajnath Singh had informed senior leaders of opposition before the surgical strike. He called on the JD(U) parliamentary party leader and MP from Bihar Sharad Yadav at his residence on Wednesday evening and took him into confidence about the action plan,according to JD(U) sources here. He spoke to SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav also about the strike plan.

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