An Indian Army brigade headquarters in Jammu and Kashmir’s Uri was attacked by terrorists on early morning of Sunday around 4:30 AM. Four terrorists were confirmed killed after the hours-long battle, which claimed the lives of as many as 17 soldiers. It is reported, Uri Attack the deadliest attack on Indian security personnel in the state in nearly two decades. All killed terrorists in Uri attack were foreign terrorists and initial reports suggest they were from JeM confirms DGMO Lt Gen Ranbir Singh
Army chief General Dalbir Singh Suhag and Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar visited Kashmir and met soldiers injured in the Uri terror attack.
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh has postponed his visit to Russia and the US to monitor the situation.
“Keeping the situation of Jammu and Kashmir in mind and in the wake of the terror attack in Uri, I have postponed my visits to Russia and the US.” said Rajnath Singh in tweet.
From the morning of Sunday itself, Many Political leaders took twitter to condemn the Uri Attack and express their condolence to martyred soldier and their families. From Prime Minister Narendra Modi to President Pranab Mukharjee And From opposition leaders like Sonia Gandhi – Rahul Gandhi to Bihar State Chief Minister Nitish Kumar each one expressed grief over death of our 17 brave soldiers in Uri Attack.
We feel that after Pathankot Attack and now Uri Attack we already had enough of strong Condemns. It is high time that government must take strong actions against culprits rather than just giving confidence to people of India. People of the country has anger, anger of hope created by our Prime Minister during campaign of 2014 General Elections.
Let’s have a look at few twitterati who actually makes sense.
Indeed, time to walk the talk!
— Manak Gupta (@manakgupta) September 18, 2016
Makes Sense.? Tit For Tat!
— UTKARSH KUMAR SHAHI (@ukshahi) September 18, 2016
It’s time for the country to pay homage to our brave soldiers. But also It’s time for our leaders to take brief actions to stop this inhuman activities across the border.