Uri attack protest: People burn effigies of Nawaz Sharif, raise slogans against Pakistan [Photos]
Seventeen soldiers and four militants were killed after heavily armed militants stormed a battalion headquarters of the Army in North Kashmir's Uri town.
Seventeen soldiers and four militants were killed after heavily armed militants stormed a battalion headquarters of the Army in North Kashmir's Uri town. Activists of Akhand Bharat Morcha protested against the attack in New Delhi. Photo: PTI
Pakistan refuted as "unfounded and premature" India's charge that it was behind the attack. Activists of Hindu Sena burnt the effigy of Pakistan's PM Nawaz Sharif during the protest. Photo: PTI
Union minister Rajnath Singh said that "Pakistan is a terrorist state and it should be identified and isolated as such." BJP activists protested against the terror attack and burnt the country's flags.
While Congress targeted PM Modi for the attacks, some party workers protested against the attack in Amritsar by slapping their shoes on the Pakistan flags.
The Indian army honoured the martyrs through gun salutes. Students too joined in by paying tribute to the soldiers through prayers. Photo: PTI
Shiv Sena said that situation has become worse than that under the previous Congress regime. Sena activists too burnt effigy of Sharif to protest against the attack on Uri Army camp. Photo: PTI