Uri attack could be backfire of atrocities in Kashmir: Pak PM


New Delhi, Sep 24, 2016: Pakistan comes with yet another attack on India as counterpart Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has claimed that the attack in Jammu and Kashmir’s Uri could be a backfire of the people to the atrocities in Valley.

He also criticized India for blaming Pakistan “without any evidence.”

Sharif told media in London after attending the UN General Assembly session, “The Uri attack can be the reaction of the atrocities in Kashmir, as the close relatives and near and dear ones of those killed and blinded over the last two months were hurt and outraged.”

Pakistan PM said India had hastily blamed Pakistan without any investigation. “How could India accuse Pakistan only hours after the Uri incident without holding any inquiry or investigation,” Sharif was quoted as saying by Pakistani media reports.

“The whole world knows about the Indian atrocities in Kashmir where around 108 people have so far been killed, over 150 blinded and thousands injured,” he alleged. India should have a look at its “role” in Kashmir, he added.

He also called for an inquiry into the “killings” of Kashmiris.

Sharif’s statement came after Pakistan failed to grab any support in United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) and Islamabad has been isolated globally over spreading terrorism.

Read More: Pakistan left bare handed from UNGA: Akbaruddin

However, In the wake to fight against terrorism, Two American Congressmen have introduced legislation in the US House of Representatives to designate ‘Pakistan a state sponsor of terrorism.’

Read More: US legislators move act to designate Pakistan terrorist state

18 soldiers and four militants were killed after terrorists attacked an army administrative base in Jammu and Kashmir’s Uri town on Sunday morning.

Wefornews Bureau

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