Modi threatens to ‘completely isolate’ Pak globally


Kerala, India—Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has threatened Pakistan of “completely isolating it globally”.
In his first public address in Kerala on Saturday after Uri attack, Modi said, “India has been successful in isolating Pakistan and will intensify that effort so that it is completely isolated globally.”
Spewing venom, Indian PM Modi accused Pakistan of being ‘the epicenter of terrorism’ and claimed it was ‘exporting terrorism’ to the world. “India exports software, Pakistani rulers export terrorism”, he accused.
According to Indian media, Modi said, “We are ready to accept the challenge for a 1,000-year-long fight from Pakistan”. “Pakistan’s rulers should know that the sacrifice of our 18 soldiers will not go to waste,” he added.
Indian PM Modi also challenged Pakistan over fight against poverty and illiteracy, saying “Let’s fight against poverty, unemployment, illiteracy. Let’s see who wins first — India or Pakistan”.
Meanwhile, former Indian foreign minister Natwar Singh has advised Prime Minister Narednra Modi’s government and media to show restraint after Uri attack.
In an interview with Indian media, Natwar Singh said being a bigger country India should show restraint and not rush into anything unless a major attack took place from other side.
The former minister also asked the Indian media to show restraint and avoid sensationalizing the news.
Natwar Singh went on to say that cordial bilateral relations were in the interest of both Pakistan and India.
Tensions are soaring high between Pakistan and India over the issue of Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK). Pakistan has been calling on the international community to take notice of Indian army atrocities in IoK, while New Delhi without any proof accused Pakistan of being behind the attack on an army base at Uri which left 17 soldiers dead.
Over 100 Kashmiris’ have been martyred and thousands injured as a result of Indian army atrocities since July 8 this year.
Pakistan is pursuing the Kashmir issue peacefully in the United Nations where Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has held meetings with world leaders.—Agencies

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