India must retaliate against Pakistan for Uri attack, says Captain Amarinder Singh


Punjab Congress chief Amarinder Singh today said India must go for constrained retaliatory activity against Pakistan for abetting and supporting the fear assault on an army installation in Uri in Jammu and Kashmir, that left 18 Indian officers dead.

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"While the nature and kind of striking back ought to be chosen by the Army, it must at no cost let the culprits of the fear assault go unpunished," he told columnists here. Amarinder Singh however focused on that however he was a solid supporter of individuals to-individuals contact amongst India and Pakistan, this occurrence ought not go unavenged.

"Since the normal man on both sides need peace and friendly relationship, that does not mean our armed force ought to let the wanton executing of our officers go unpunished," he said. "It's the topic of keeping up the resolve of our Army and that is non-debatable," said Singh, who likewise served in the Indian Army.

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