India to diplomatically isolate Pakistan; to provide all actionable evidence on Uri attack: Reports

| Monday, September 19, 2016 - 17:06
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New Delhi: Following the breaking developments post the cowardly Uri attack on Indian army base, New Delhi has decided to diplomatically isolate Pakistan at every international grouping. The decision has come after a Prime Minister level meeting that took place on Monday.
It has also been learnt through sources of the evidence of Pakistan hand in Uri attack; GPS tracker movements that go back to starting point in Pakistan have been seen. As per sources, Pakistani army-marked arms are to be given to Pakistan at DGMO level.
Also, India will be presenting all actionable evidence if required at international bodies. 
On Sunday, terrorists of Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) outfit attacked an army camp near a brigade headquarters in Jammu and Kashmir. It was seen as the worst attack on any military base in the state in a decade. 
After the deadly Uri terror attack on Indian army base in J&K, where 17 Indian army personnel sacrificed their lives, the entire country is mourning and saluting their sacrifice. The Indian government has assured a befitting reply to the perpetrators for the cowardly act.

The Uri Army base attack has been termed as one of the deadliest in decades. The India establishment has blamed Pakistan and said that it will raise this issue at the international level to isolate Pakistan.

However, Pakistan, as usual, has this time too denied any kind of involvement and has asked India to share inputs or proof of its involvement.

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has condemned the attack saying that they are following the developments.


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Limits crossed

Pakistan has crossed its limits for encouraging TERRORISM. Now its high time to take very strong action.

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