PM Modi keen to hit back after Uri attack, seeks multipronged strategy to choke Pakistan

Passing by the few rounds of gatherings that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is holding with assigned gathering of officers — common, knowledge and military — it shows up as if he is taking a shot at a multipronged vital alternative to hurt Pakistan. A day in the wake of leading a meeting to audit the Indus Waters Treaty, it was declared that he will hold a meeting on 29 September to survey the ‘Most Favored Nation’ (MFN) status given to Pakistan.

It shows that he is not taking a gander at an automatic military reaction but rather is measuring every single conceivable alternative, evaluating his own particular capacities, measuring them deliberately so that the expense of acceleration on the Indian side can be minimized, yet the activity is compelling.




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