Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday squarely targetted Pakistan, saying India will not forget the "sacrifices of 18 soldiers" killed in the Uri attack and will work to isolate Pakistan globally for exporting terror.
Addressing the BJP National Council meet here, Modi said that the Pakistan government was "misleading" its people on Kashmir.
He said Pakistani leaders had been talking of a "thousand years' war" with India. "Let me tell you that there is a government in Delhi that accepts your challenge."
However, he mellowed down the rhetoric, saying both countries should "fight the war", but against poverty, unemployment and illiteracy — and "let's see who wins".