Indian PM Modi Warns Pakistan To Be Isolating Internationally Over Terrorism Export
Amid on-and-off renewed tension between India and Pakistan, the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Saturday will be isolating Pakistan on international platform.
The popular leader accused Pakistan for trying to destabilize Asia with its terrorism export.
Modi was delivering a televised speech to the nation and said its security forces have killed more than hundred terrorists in past four months who were trying to cross over the cease-fire line in Indian states bordering Pakistan, Kashmir.
The PM added, “There would have been a bloodbath had they succeeded in carrying out attacks in India… We will isolate you (Pakistan)… I will work for that.”
He also said the terror attacks in Afghanistan and Bangladesh too were instigated by Pakistan.
In very recent past eighteen Indian soldiers were killed in a terror attack on army base came in Kashmir and since then Modi’s speech was his first.
According to Indian investigators, the weapons, maps and other evidence carried by the attackers indicated towards an act of Jaish-e-Mohammed, the militant group which is based in Pakistan.
Meanwhile, Pakistan has denied such charges. A day before Pakistani Foreign Ministry spokesman Nafees Zakaria denied any involvement of the country in the attack.
The Indian leader further warned Pakistan saying the sacrifice of 18 Indian soldiers will not go to waste.
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