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India will be diplomatically isolating Pakistan from all international forums

NEW DELHI: A day after the terror assault in Uri that killed 18 officers, the Center today chose to diplomatically detach Pakistan at ever international forum or group. This was the choice taken after an high level meeting today led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

On the off chance that required, India will likewise be prepared to present all significant confirmation of Pakistan’s involvement in the assault, to any international body, sources told the reporters. India has proof of Pakistan’s hand in the Uri assault. Proof incorporates GPS tracker movements that do a reversal to a beginning stage in Pakistan, Pashto writing found on the terrorists and Pakistan armed force stamped weapons.
Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Defense Minister Manohar Parrikar were at the meeting with PM Modi.

Prior today, Union home priest Rajnath Singh additionally assembled a high-level conference with National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, and top authorities from the services of Home and Defense, the Army, the paramilitary forces and the head of intelligence organizations informed Singh on the most recent in the Kashmir Valley and also along the Line of Control, authority sources told PTI. Union Home Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi, who delayed his visit to Srinagar, went to this meeting.
Strategies to manage the new difficulties emerging out of yesterday’s terror assault at the Army Brigade Headquarters, situated along the LoC, were among the issues examined at the meeting.
Indeed, even as Pakistan keeps on denying it had anything to do with the Uri assault, the worldwide group turned out emphatically in backing of India today also.
“We call on States to fight against terror groups operating on their territory or from their territory against others. France remains at India’s side in the combat against terrorism,” France’s Foreign Affairs Ministry said today.

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