Indian PM meets Armed Forces Chiefs in the backdrop of Uri Attack

Indian PM meets Armed Forces Chiefs in the backdrop of Uri Attack

NEW DELHI : Indian PM Narendra Modi held an emergency meeting with the Indian Armed Forces chiefs in New Dehli in the backdrop of the Uri attack on Indian Army headquarters in Indian Occupied Kashmir which killed at least 18 Indian Army soldiers and severely injured over two dozens.

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After failing to justify their allegations and failure to provide any evidence pertaining to Pakistan salleged involvement in Uri attacks, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday met the service chiefs of the Indian Army, Navy and Air Force to discuss India s response to the incident.

Four suspected attackers had stormed a battalion headquarters of the Indian Army in Uri town of the Baramulla district in Occupied Kashmir on Saturday morning, killing 17 soldiers and injuring 19 other personnel in the attack.

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Modi condemned the attack, saying that the attackers would not go unpunished for their despicable act.

After India directly blamed Pakistan for the terror attack at the army base, Pakistan rejected it and said India s accusation is "totally baseless and irresponsible.

Indian media and the politicians lashed out at Pakistan immediately after the Uri attack and a war hysteria like situation has been created by Indian media after the Uri attack.