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Uri terror attack: Flags burnt down as Anti-Pakistan protests escalate in India

The terror attack on the Line of Control in Uri on Sunday brought the entire nation to tears.

By: | Published: September 19, 2016 1:29 PM
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The terror attack on the Line of Control in Uri on Sunday brought the entire nation to tears. The attack that saw the killing of 17 Indian soldiers has brought out strong voices condemning the act and blaming Pakistan for the same. Common people and celebrities alike came out together to express their grief and anger over the attack and desire to see the guilty punished.

Meanwhile, people all over the country were seen protesting against the neighbouring country, Pakistan, who has been suspected to be the perpetrator of this act of cross-border terrorism and many others. Candle marches were taken out in Lucknow to protest against the act of terrorism and prayers were organised for the martyrs. While some people remained strong on their stand of indie taking strong actions against Pakistan. It was reported that people criticised India’s diplomatic policies with the neighbours as Pakistan keeps on piling up attacks on the Indian soil.

Meanwhile, in Jammu, the local Shiv Sena nd Dogra Front workers staged an anti-Pakistan protest, raising slogans against the Pakistanis prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. They also condemned Pakistan for “encouraging terrorism activities” in India. The protest was led by Ashok Gupta, also burnt down Pakistani flags. The workers of the Youth Congress party also staged a protest in Chandigarh, demanding strict actions to be taken against Pakistan. Leaders across the world condemned the attack while Indian government said that strong action will be taken against those who are responsible. Meanwhile, the Uri attack review meeting is underway as Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh presides over it to discuss the attacks and take actions accordingly.

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