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Nawaz Sharif shifts blame of Uri attack on Kashmiris, says it was a reaction of ongoing unrest

Once again the Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has tried to shift the blame of Uri terrorist attack on the Kashmiris, saying uri attack as reaction of Kashmir unrest.

According news website Daily Pakistan, Sharif alleged that that the militant attack on an Indian army base in Uri may be a reaction to India’s atrocities in Kashmir.

At Luton Airport on Friday, he told media that Nawaz said India does not speak about its atrocities, but only levels allegations at others. India placed blame on Pakistan only 12-hour after Uri attack without any inquiry. No sensible person will accept this.

It was not the first time when the Paki PM has tried to shift the blame of terror attack on the Kashmiri people who had been facing unrest from past 78 days. Sharif had been trying to intervene in the India’s internal issue which had been frequently condemned by the Indian leaders.

In the Uri attack on Army base, 18 Indian soldiers were martyred and the terrorist involved in the attack were identified as Pakistani nationals. Still the Pakistan is not ready to accept this fact.

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