Patriot Modi's message to Pak: Sacrifice of 18 martyrs will not go in vain

Kozhikode (Kerala): Speaking at  his first public event after Uri attack, Prime Minister Narendra Modi told Pakistan that sacrifice of the 18 soldiers killed in the Uri attack will not in vain. Modi in a tough message to Pakistan and terrorists said that India will never bow down before terrorism.

Saying that there is anger in the nation after Uri, Modi warned the terrorists and their Pak handlers of a befitting reply for Uri. "Aatankwaadi kaan kholke sunle, ye desh iss baat ko kabhi bhoolne wala nahin hai (let the terrorists know that India will never forget the Uri incident). I want to tell the leadership of Pakistan that the sacrifice of our 18 jawans will not go in vain," the tough sounding Prime Minister said. 

The Prime Minister said that in the past few months 17 infiltration attempts have been foiled by killing 110 terrorists. "India has never bowed before terrorism. Will not do so. We will defeat terrorism," Modi  added. 

The Prime Minister was all praise for the brave soldiers. "Our soldiers have defended the country fighting, protecting the citizens. We are proud of their sacrifices. Soldiers have won the fight against terrorism not with their weapons but with their will power."