KOZHIKODE: Sensing growing anger among people following the Uri terror attack, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to publicly warn Pakistan of grave consequences for sponsoring and exporting terrorists to carry out subversive activities in the country.
The three-day long National Council meeting of the BJP from Friday will also set the political agenda of the party with key elections coming up next year, besides discussing the achievements of the Modi government.
“A key resolution on internal security is currently being actively considered by the party national general secretaries. The party has noted that there had been six terror attacks after the Modi government came in power, including the Uri terrorist attack. A clear and unambiguous warning to Pakistan may be delivered most likely by the PM,” a source said.
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 & Kashmir during the meeting.
Modi may touch upon the internal security issue during his speech in the meeting on Saturday and reiterate the clear warning to Pakistan in his first public rally after the Uri attack, sources added. The national council is also likely to critically review the whole gamut of India-Pakistan relationship.
A strong 25-member team of BJP leaders from Jammu and Kashmir are taking part in the council meeting here. So far, the BJP general secretaries have decided on two resolutions — political and economic.
With the BJP strategically choosing to hold the meet at Kozhikode, the saffron outfit is keen to send a bold message to party workers that it would take on Leftist political violence against rivals in Kerala and West Bengal head-on.