In his first address since the Uri terror attack that left 18 soldiers dead, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be sending out a tough message to Pakistan on the issue of Kashmir and terrorism, party sources said on Saturday.
Modi will address a public rally on Calicut beach in the evening on the second day of the Bharatiya Janata Party&’s (BJP) three-day national council meet in Kozhikode, Kerala.
According to sources, PM Modi has taken note of the growing resentment among people in the wake of the Uri attack, and therefore is likely to give out a stern warning to Pakistan.
The three-day conclave started with a meeting of party office bearers on Friday.
BJP sources said a resolution condemning the terror attack on the Indian Army camp at Uri in Jammu and Kashmir and Pakistan’s role in it would be passed.
Home Minister Rajnath Singh is likely to move the resolution on internal security on situations arising out of the Uri terror attack, besides addressing the issue of ongoing unrest in Jammu and Kashmir.