Pakistan like a dog's tail which is crooked forever...we want action, not words: A common man's appeal to PM Narendra Modi – Watch
Pakistan has denied any involvement in an attack on the Uri Army base in Jammu and Kashmir that left 18 Indian soldiers dead.
New Delhi: In the wake of the cross-border terror attack from Pakistan on the Uri Army base in Jammu and Kashmir that left 18 Indian soldiers dead, the Narendra Modi government is under immense pressure to give a befitting reply to Pakistan.
India is weighing its options against Pakistan, with the Army vowing to pick its own "time and place" to retaliate.
There is also a pressure within the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to "teach a lesson" to Pakistan -- with senior party strategist Ram Madhav demanding "for one tooth, a complete jaw".
A video has surfaced on the social media in which a common man is seen appealing to the PM to take action against the neighbouring country.
Watch it here:
Pakistan has denied any involvement in the Sunday assault, saying India was blaming it even without conducting any investigation.