Fight against terror now in decisive stages: Amit Shah

New Delhi: BJP President Amit Shah, condoling the death of 17 soldiers in a terror attack in Jammu and Kashmit, on Sunday said India has been fighting against terrorism for long and the fight is in its decisive stages.

“Pakistan has been supporting terrorism and terrorist outfits to destabilise India. India has been fighting against terror and this fight is in the decisive stages now. The martyrdom of country’s brave soldiers won’t be allowed to go waste,” Shah said in a statement.

The Bharatiya Janata Party chief also expressed condolences at the death of 17 soldiers who were killed in the terrorist attack on Uri army camp in Jammu and Kashmir early on Sunday.

“I am deeply pained at the news of the death of our 17 brave soldiers. I bow to their valour and the supreme sacrifice they made in difficult conditions,” Shah said.

Heavily-armed militants attacked the army camp at Uri early on Sunday morning, killing 17 soldiers and wounding many others. Security forces shot dead all four attackers.