Monday, September 19, 2016

Modi to not visit SAARC conference

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will not attend the November’s SAARC conference to be held in Islamabad .
India’s National Investigation Agency (NIA) will begin its probe of the suspected rebels attack on an Indian army brigade headquarters in Uri near the Line of Control with Pakistan.
17 soldiers were killed in the attack.  The Indian army claimed to have killed four attackers.
Officials of the NIA have arrived in occupied Kashmir to carry out the probe.
Following the attack India’s Home Minister Rajnath Singh blamed Pakistan. Islamabad has called the Indian allegations baseless and without any proof.
PM Modi’s to not visit Pakistan has already been made. An announcement on whether an Indian ministerial representative will be sent instead of Modi will be made closer to the date.
Reports in the Indian media further said this decision was taken weeks prior to Sunday’s attack in Indian Occupied Kashmir in which 17 soldiers were killed.
Pakistan Prime Minister’s Advisor on Foreign Affairs, Sartaj Aziz said it was regrettable that India had accused Pakistan of the attack prior to any investigation. He added that after the killing of Burhan Wani this was an attempt to divert attention from the human rights violations in occupied Kashmir.
According to Aziz, the situation in occupied Kashmir was a result of India’s illegal occupation and atrocities due to which over 100,000 people have been martyred. Aziz further said that not even children and the elderly were safe from the atrocities being committed by the Indian army in occupied Kashmir and in the last 73 days over 100 Kashmiris had been martyred and thousands injured.

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