Holding Narendra Modi accountable for Uri Attack, Rashtriya Janata Dal supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav on Monday said that country is unsafe under former's hands.
Holding Narendra Modi accountable for Uri Attack, Rashtriya Janata Dal supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav on Monday said that country is unsafe under former’s hands. Paying his tributes to Uri attack martyrs, Lalu said, “Country is unsafe under Narendra Modi. We salute the martyrs.” Meanwhile, his son and Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar, Tejaswi Yadav also attacked Modi, “These attacks are happening one after other. PM used to say “dont write love letters to Pak”. Whats he doing now?” Tejashwi Yadav said while talking to reporters.
India on Monday took the decision to diplomatically isolate Pakistan at every international grouping, reported ANI quoting sources. The report said that India will adopt the strategy to present all actionable evidence against Pakistan if required at international bodies. The high-level meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, included Home Minister Rajnath Singh and some other officials. It has also been reported that the Indian Permanent Mission to UN will issue a statement taking on Islamabad soon after Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will make his speech at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).
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In one of the worst terror attacks on the Indian Army in Jammu and Kashmir, 18 Jawans were killed and 19 others were injured on Sunday morning when four heavily armed fedayeen stormed into the administrative buildings and store complex of an infantry battalion in Uri, home of the 12 Infantry Brigade, near the Line of Control (LoC). The four terrorists were neutralised by army after a three-hour long gunfight. Army, in its initial probe, has found that the militants belonged to Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Muhammad.