"Pakistan is not far from here. Look at the valour of our army jawans when they conducted surgical strike, it created havoc across border. Pakistan now knows well what the India army is capable of," he said.
Modi said that he wanted to speak to the people of Pakistan. "They must talk to their rulers; must decide if they want to fight against India. When a school in Peshawar was attacked every Indian was sad," he added.
In the midst of the Indus Water row, Modi said that the farmers have the right over the water that flows through Indus and assured that he will strive to get that water back.
"The fields of our farmers must have adequate water. Water that belongs to India cannot be allowed to go to Pakistan. Government will do everything to give enough water to our farmers," Modi said.
Jo paani mere kisan bhaiyao ka hai vo Pakistan se behkar samudra me jata hai. Vo paani apne kisano ke liye lane ka prayas karunga: PM Modi pic.twitter.com/3CRpx6Sm7T— ANI (@ANI_news) November 25, 2016
Modi, referring to the Indus Water Treaty said: "There is a solution to the problem. If we sit together, we can find a way out."