ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has declared that the Uri terror attack could be the outcome of a "response" of the general population to the ongoing situation in Kashmir as he condemned India for blaming Pakistan "with no evidences".
"The Uri assault can be the response of the barbarities in Kashmir, as the nearby relatives and precious ones of those killed and blinded in the course of the most recent two months were harmed and insulted," Sharif told journalists on Friday in London.
Sharif said that India quickly pointed the finger at Pakistan with no examination. He said India carried on in a "flighty way" when it pointed the finger at Pakistan "with no proof".
"How could India denounce Pakistan just hours after the Uri occurrence without holding any request or examination," Sharif was cited as saying by Pakistani media reports.
"The entire world thinks about the Indian monstrosities" in Kashmir where around "108 individuals have so far been executed, more than 150 blinded and thousands harmed," he affirmed.
Focusing on charged "brutalities being executed against guiltless Kashmiris", the Pakistani Prime Minister said that before blaming Pakistan, India ought to have taken a gander at its "monstrous part" in Kashmir.
He approached India to likewise direct a test into the "killings" of Kashmiris.
Sharif said the accomplishment of enduring peace in the locale was inconceivable without the determination of Jammu and Kashmir debate.
18 troopers were killed when Jaish-e-Mohammed fear mongers assaulted a profoundly monitored armed force camp in Uri in Kashmir on Sunday morning. Leader Narendra Modi+ had said that those behind the terrible demonstration won't go unpunished.
The occurrence set off a discretionary dust-up with both India and Pakistan hitting out at each other+ including at the UN General Assembly.