India once again blamed Pakistan

On Sunday early morning, blasts and guns fires were heard at Army battalion headquarter in Uri, Baramulla District in Jummu and Kashmir. Four gunmen were downed after hours long gun battle whereas 17 soldiers died in attack.

“I assure the nation that those behind this despicable attack will not go unpunished.”, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in his tweet.

Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh has directly blamed Pakistan for this attack with very strong remarks for the first time.

Pakistan condemned the attack in Uri base but Indian media and officials are continuously blaming Pakistan for the attack which was led by Jaish e Muhammad. It was also discovered by sharp Indian media that the weapons they got were having Pakistani marks and they crossed LoC to attack Uri base which is close to LoC.

Director General Military Operations, Pakistan Army responded strongly to India’s allegations as unfounded and premature. He further clarified that infiltration from Pakistani soil is not possible due to tight security arrangements were in place all across line of control.

Indian Home Minister Rajnath cancelled his trip to Russia and US, where he was going to build a case against Pakistan for spreading cross border terrorism and its direct involvement in Kashmir unrest. Earlier, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi also raised the issue of Pakistan sponsored terrorism at G-20 and BRICS meeting to isolate Pakistan in International community.

On the other hand Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif appointed 22 special envoys, who will highlight the atrocities of Indian forces for the last 71 days in Kashmir where more than 90 people died and thousands are injured or got blind due to use of pellet gun. Curfew was imposed on Eid day as well and Muslims were not allowed to offer Eid prayer.

United Nation Human Rights Council took notice over Pakistan’s strong voice against Human Rights violation in Kashmir by Indian forces and have urge for ‘independent mission’ which will monitor the situation in IOK.

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