Kozhikode meet, Day 3 LIVE: Amit Shah blasts Pakistan, says BJP is taking Uri attack very seriously
The Bharatiya Janata Party's three-day conclave at Kozhikode in Kerala will culminate on Sunday with the national council meeting. Here are LIVE updates:-
Kozhikode: The Bharatiya Janata Party's three-day conclave at Kozhikode in Kerala will culminate on Sunday with the national council meeting.
Here are LIVE updates:-
- Union Minister Nitin Gadkari speaking at the BJP National Council meet
- We appeal everyone including other political parties to come together and help the govt and Army in their fight against terrorism: Amit Shah
- Nawaz Sharif’s speech at UN shows that Pak is supporting terrorism since beginning, he glorified terrorist Burhan wani as a leader: Amit Shah
- We strongly condemn the Uri attack in which 18 soldiers lost their lives. BJP is taking this incident very seriously: Amit Shah
- BJP President Amit Shah addressing the BJP National Council in Calicut (Kerala)
- PM Narendra Modi with other senior leader of the party at the BJP national council meeting
- The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) National Council will on Sunday adopt a resolution strongly condemning Pakistan for the recent Uri terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir.
- According to reports, the Council will discuss all issues of national interest and concentrate on the party strategy in different states.
-Birth centenary celebrations of Deen Dayal Upadhyay
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the year-long birth centenary celebrations of Deen Dayal Upadhyay this evening.
- The Prime Minister has urged the former Jan Sangh and the new generation BJP leaders to fulfil the dreams of Deen Dayal Upadhyay.
Earlier, on Saturday, describing terrorism as enemy of the entire humanity, Prime Minister Modi said Pakistani leaders are talking about a having thousands of years of war with India.
He also asserted that he is prepared to take up this challenge and that the day is not far off when the people of Pakistan will come out to fight against terrorism.
Prime Minister Modi also warned the Pakistani leadership that the Uri attack won`t be forgotten and that the sacrifice of 18 soldiers would not go in vain. He said India would mount an all-out offensive to isolate Pakistan diplomatically to expose its activities in exporting terror.