Outside Parliament, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee asked the Centre to rollback the decision in three days or face intensified protest.
“Within hours of UriAttack and without any investigation, India blamed Pakistan for it. We are against war, we want peace and want to resolve all issues including Kashmir peacefully,” said Sharif.
A military action was least expected from the government which so far seemed to be looking for diplomatic options to tighten the noose around Pakistan.
If there is a slightest chance of making our enemies nervous with abeyance, the Indian cinema lovers must not think the other way.
Announcing the decision tonight, India said that “one country” has created an environment that is not conducive to the successful holding of the Summit.
The identity of one of the slain Uri attackers was also revealed during the meeting, said MEA spokesperson Vikas Swarup.
Here is some coverage from Pakistan after the Uri attack that makes one wonder about the kind of news being telecast on Pakistani TV channels.
Businessman Mahesh Savani, along with social activists and philanthropists, has offered to sponsor education of the children of all the 18 soldiers.
A Home Ministry-appointed committee today flagged gaps and vulnerability along the Indo-Pak border and suggested use of scientific technology and heightened vigil on riverine frontiers.
Jaishankar provided Basit with the content of GPS recovered from the bodies of terrorists and grenades with Pakistani markings as evidence of Pakistan’s role in Uri attack.
“We take proper reading of everything and I don’t think Prime Minister’s initial words that ‘those responsible will be punished’, will go as a mere statement. How to punish, that is for us to work out. We are quite serious about it,” Parrikar said.
As India looks for options, including diplomatic and military action, to avenge the killing of 18 soldiers in Uri, Pakistan is making all efforts to counter India’s strategy on all fronts.
Modi went to the Rashtrapati Bhavan this evening and apprised the President of the details related to the attack on the Army camp that took place yesterday, official sources said.
Reacting to questions over punishing perpetrators of the Uri terror attack that claimed the lives of 18 Indian soldiers, the Army on Monday said it has desired capability to respond to such blatant acts at the time and place of its choice. “We reserve the right to respond at the time and place of our […]
The initial investigations by the Army indicated the role of Jasih-e-Mohammed in the attack with weapons recovered from the slain terrorists having Pakistan marking.