The Amritsar Bar Association held a `Lalkar Rally’ at the Wagah border on Thursday, to boycott any delegation of lawyers arriving from Pakistan in the wake of Uri terror attack, which claimed lives of 17 Indian soldiers.
TOI reported President of association Pardeep Saini saying that they would boycott any delegation of lawyers arriving from Pakistan in protest against its state-sponsored terrorism against India.
However, remaining in the denial mode, Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Thursday termed as “India’s long-time habit” the assertion that his country was behind the Uri attack.
He told Pakistani journalists that India blamed Pakistan for the attack on army camp in Uri within a few hours of the incident and claimed that questions are being raised on New Delhi’s “haste”.
“Investigation into such incidents requires many days and weeks,” Sharif was quoted as saying by the Geo TV.
He described allegations against Pakistan as “India’s long-time habit”, the TV channel said.
He also claimed that India had never provided any evidence to prove its accusations.
(With PTI Inputs)