Uri Attack: Pak High commissioner summoned by MEA


Pak High Commissioner Abdul Basit summoned by Indian Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar over Uri terror attack.

India has demanded the presence of Pakistan high commissioner Abdul Basit on Wednesday over the Uri terror attack which left 18 Indian Army soldiers dead.

Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar summoned the Abdul Basit over the same issue.

The official spokesperson of Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), Vikas Swarup said that India demands that Pakistan lives up to its public commitment to not allowing terror against India.

He claimed that the Uri attack indicates that the terror machinery in Pakistan is still flourishing.

He stated that India has developed items at the scene of the incident which has Pakistani markings on them, the items include – Grenades, communication equipment, food and medicines made in Pakistan.

Jaishankar told that the Pak high commissioner that even now at the border encounter between terrorists and Indian Army is ongoing.

The incidents of bombings and nuisance have been continuous in India. It started with by Pathankot Airbase attack and infiltrations have increased through LOC.

MHA has sanctioned the engagement of additional 10,000 Special Police Officers (SPOs) in the Police Department of Jammu and Kashmir.

Here’s a video by ANI in which Vikas Swarup speaks on Pakistan Envoy Abdul Basit summoned by Foreign Secy S Jaishankar.

Pakistan has violated ceasefire violations earlier. Uri attack has been taken very seriously.

Wefornews Bureau

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