Prime Minister Narendra Modi monitored the February 26 Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) operation by Indian Air Force on Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terror camp and kept awake all night until the pilots returned home safely.
The operation was conducted in the early hours of Tuesday. Modi got busy with his daily routine after appreciating the pilots and checked with officials about their well-being. He conveyed a cabinet committee on security meeting too at around 10 am at his residence.
Modi rushed to Rashtrapati Bhawan and later flew to Rajasthan for a rally. He returned to national capital and attended an ISKCON event.
According to a source Modi did not sleep a wink and remained involved in the operations.
A day before, on Monday night, the prime minister attended a conclave at the Taj Palace hotel and left the event at 9:15 pm. He took a light mean at his residence and became involved in the operation.
It is not know where was the control room from where he monitored the operation – at home or some other location.
Throughout the operation he was in contact with National Security Adviser Ajit Doval, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and Chief of the Air Staff B.S. Dhanoa.
Meanwhile, Pakistan has threatened to be coming up with a response to the LoC attacks and the form of it is not clear.