United India and What the prime minister and other’s said post the strike on Uri
India, this is the biggest militant attack on India. All of the major political parties together condemned the biggest attack by the militants, which killed our 17 soldiers in Uri.
The congress expressed hope that the perpetrators and the forces behind them will be severely punished.
They were jaise-e-mohammad terrosist, said lt gen Ranbir Singh
There were 4 terrorist, all killed.
Indian army is doing a thorough and methodological search around the area.
4 AK 47, grenade recovered.
Spoken to Pakistan and conveyed the concerns’
Narendra modi Remembered the people who died and said being with the family
We salute all those martyred in Uri. Their service to the nation will always be remembered. My thoughts are with the bereaved families.— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) September 18, 2016
Rahul Gandhi expressed hope that "the perpetrators of this dastardly attack as also the forces behind them will be severely dealt with and brought to book."
Strongly condemn the militant attack on Army base in Uri. My heartfelt condolences to the families of the bravehearts martyred in the attack— Office of RG (@OfficeOfRG) September 18, 2016
We don’t believe that it is a terrorist attack, it is planned attack by Pak: Sanjay Raut, Shiv Sena pic.twitter.com/sSaULodz2o— ANI (@ANI_news) September 18, 2016
The CPM Central Committee, now in session in Delhi, asked Pakistan to stop aiding and abetting extremist forces, while strongly condemning the attack.
Party General Secretary Sitaram Yechury told reporters that Pakistan must refrain from indulging in cross border terrorism and demanded that the matter "should be taken up seriously."
"The Prime Minister has promised that those behind the Uri terror attack will not go unpunished. That should be the way forward. For one tooth, the complete jaw," said Madhav, who is BJP's pointsman for Jammu and Kashmir.
"The days of so-called strategic restraint are over. If terrorism is the instrument of the weak and coward, restraint in the face of repeated terror attacks betrays inefficiency and incompetence. India should prove otherwise," he said.
Strongly condemning the attack by militants on Army Headquarters in Uri in which 17 soldiers were killed, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said those behind the despicable act won't go unpunished, said Ram Madhav