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.
Sources: PM Level meeting gives nod to diplomatically isolate Pakistan at every international grouping. #UriAttack
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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.
First Published | 19 September 2016 3:34 PM