Pakistan lambasts Narendra Modi's 'vilification campaign' over Kashmir Uri attack

Posted September 29, 2016

"Pakistan wants peace with India".

Modi named Afghanistan and Bangladesh as other countries in the region that were also suffering because of terrorism emanating from Pakistan. He said: "People of Pakistan should question their leadership on why, when both countries gained freedom together, while India exports software, Pakistan exports terrorists".

Modi's address to a BJP rally, his first since the Uri attacks, took place in Kozhikode city in Kerala state.

Indian Army has recommended Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to avoid hostile talks with Pakistan because the Indian army is not ready for war with Pakistan, reports Russian media.

"Lets see who wins?"

Soon after Swaraj's speech, Zakaria tweeted it's odd that Indian foreign minister "is disowning the UN SC resolutions and that too at the UN".

According to worldwide monitors' estimates, Pakistan and India possess around 100-110 and 80-100 nuclear warheads respectively.

"Whenever an Indian representative speaks on foreign soil, it's not the time for politics".

Earlier, the Congress had said the attack in Kashmir's Uri sector was a effect of a "massive operational and intelligence failure" and had demanded that Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar and National Security Advisor Ajit Doval be held accountable.

In his address to the General Assembly, Sharif last week praised Burhan Wani, the Hizbul Mujahideen commander, whose killing triggered a fresh wave of deadly unrest in Jammu and Kashmir.

"We reject all the baseless allegations made in that statement", the Pakistani envoy maintained strongly.

"Pakistan continues to believe terrorist attacks will allow it to obtain territory it covets in Jammu and Kashmir", Swaraj said.
"No sensible person will accept this", he said.

"This is exploited by the anti-Pakistan intelligence agencies such as RAW", he said.

On Friday (Sept 23), Pakistani Foreign Ministry spokesman Nafees Zakaria denied any Pakistani involvement in the attack.

Shah also reiterated government's stand that Pakistan is behind the ongoing agitation in the Kashmir valley, BJP chief Amit Shah on Sunday said that there would be no dialogue with those who don't have faith in the Indian Constitution.