Narendra Modi to address nation after Uri attack

Ms. Swaraj asked the world community to hold countries that "nurture, peddle and export" terrorism to account, taking forward India's campaign to diplomatically isolate Pakistan.

#7. There's anger in entire country post-Uri attack.18 of our soldiers sacrificed their life after our neighbor exported terrorists there.

Her comments came a day after PM Modi launched a scathing attack on Pakistan during a speech in Kozhikode, his first public address since the Uri terror attack.

Pakistan has been calling on the global community to take notice of Indian army atrocities in Occupied Kashmir, while New Delhi without any proof accused Pakistan of being behind the attack on an army base at Uri which left 17 soldiers dead.

"And terrorists should clearly hear out that India will never forget the Uri attack", he added.

For Pakistan, the unrest in the Kashmir Valley after Wani's death provided an excellent opportunity to fish in troubled waters.

The analyst said the United States had its national interests with India so it was silent over Indian involvement in Pakistan.

Pakistan says it provides only political and diplomatic support to insurgents who have been fighting for Kashmir's independence or its merger with Pakistan. Pakistan denies the accusation.

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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has accused Pakistan of "exporting terrorism" in response to an attack on an army base that New Delhi blames on Pakistani militants.

Singh said Modi has destroyed Pakistan with verbal missiles.

External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Vikas Swarup told reporters that India was "sensitising the world" about how Pakistan was sponsoring terrorism. "Let me state unequivocally that Jammu and Kashmir is an integral part of India and will always remain so".

Responding to his address in Kerala, the two diplomats asserted that several United Nations resolutions recognised Pakistan as a party to the Kashmir dispute and India too recognised that status, however, adding that India has no justification for interfering in Pakistan's internal affairs.

He also made a direct appeal to the people of Pakistan.

Pointing at the present unrest in Kashmir, he said the people of Kashmir want normalcy and that farmers there were anxious for their crops.

Mid-way during his provocative speech, the Indian prime minister changed tone and challenged Pakistan to a battle of defeating poverty and illiteracy.

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