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Uri attack: India’s fight against terrorism has reached decisive state, says Amit Shah

"The martyrdom of the brave sons of India would not be allowed to go waste and the Central government is moving in the right direction." said Shah.

By: PTI | New Delhi |
September 18, 2016 8:29:58 pm
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Virtually blaming Pakistan for the Uri terrorist attack, BJP President Amit Shah today said India’s fight against terrorism has reached a decisive stage
and the Modi government is moving in the right direction to ensure that the sacrifices of soldiers does not go waste. “Pakistan is trying to cause instability in India by constantly trying to lend support to terrorism and terrorist outfits.

“India has been constantly fighting against terrorism and this fight is now in a decisive stage,” he said in a statement. Shah added, “The martyrdom of the brave sons of India would not be allowed to go waste and the Central government is moving in the right direction.”

He made these remarks while expressing deep sorrow at the death of 17 soldiers in the attack. He paid his tributes to them and prayed for their soul to rest in peace.

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