"India Will Not Forget Uri, Ready To Fight 1,000-Year War"

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has broken his silence on New Delhi's response to the recent Uri terror attack. In his first public address after September 18 terror attack from across the border, Prime Minister Modi launched a blistering attack on Pakistan on Saturday, saying: "Whenever a terror attack takes place, it emerges either the terrorist set out from Pakistan, or after the attack, like Osama Bin Laden, took refuge there."

Speaking at a public meeting in southern Indian city of Kozhikode, Modi said India would never forget the militant attack that killed 19 soldiers in an Army base in Kashmir's Uri District. He also accepted an often-quoted Pakistani "challenge" (read Benazir Bhutto slogan) of a 1,000-year war, saying: "Your (Pakistani) rulers speak of fighting India for 1,000 years. Today, there is such as government in New Delhi that I am ready to accept your...

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