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Post Terror Attack on Indian Army camp at Uri, Narendra Modi to give strong message to Pakistan from Kozhikode

The three-day conclave will start with a meeting of party office-bearers and state presidents to finalise the resolutions to be passed by the National Council

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  • A resolution condemning the terror attack on the Indian Army camp at Uri in Jammu andKashmir and Pakistan’s role in it would be passed
  • At the venue, a giant poster quotes party ideologue Deendayal Upadhyaya’s views on Kashmir
  • On Saturday, Modi will address a public rally on the Calicut beach

New Delhi, Sept 23, 2016: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to send a strong message to Pakistan from Kozhikode where the BJP National Council’s meeting begins on Friday.

The three-day conclave will start with a meeting of party office-bearers and state presidents to finalise the resolutions to be passed by the National Council.

BJP sources said a resolution condemning the terror attack on the Indian Army camp at Uri in Jammu andKashmir and Pakistan’s role in it would be passed.

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On Saturday, Modi will address a public rally on the Calicut beach. This will be first public speech of the Prime Minister after the September 18 Uri attack that left 18 soldiers dead.

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“We are also waiting to hear what he says on Pakistan and Uri,” Bharatiya Janata Party spokesman Shahnawaz Hussain told IANS.

He said the National Council will discuss security concerns sparked by the Uri bloodbath.

Hussain said the Modi government was on the right direction and was sure to take every step to corner Pakistan and end terrorism.

“We are a strong economy. We initiated talks with Pakistan and this was the reason the whole world is supporting India and Pakistan has been isolated,” he said.

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At the venue, a giant poster quotes party ideologue Deendayal Upadhyaya’s views on Kashmir.

“Kashmir is an integral part of India and there will not be any compromise on this,” Upadhyaya had said in 1968. He had also said that even the UN won’t be allowed to interfere in Kashmir.

The National Council meet, dedicated to Upadhyaya, would conclude on September 25, the day the late leader was born. (IANS)

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PM Modi Receives A Letter From Pamela Anderson To Promote Vegan Food

Anderson in her letter praised India's cuisine that made it the 'easiest place on earth' to be vegan.

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Anderson is a vegan, an advocate for animal rights, and an active member of the animal protection organization People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).

Baywatch icon and former Bigg Boss guest star Pamela Anderson on Friday wrote a letter on behalf of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, urging him to serve only vegan food at all government meetings and functions.

In this letter, she urges Modi to lead India’s fight against climate change by serving only delicious vegan (wholly plant-derived) food at all government meetings and functions. The animal rights group and the actor explained that raising animals for meat, eggs, and dairy causes nearly one-fifth of all human-induced greenhouse-gas emissions.

“With your country’s innovation and agricultural history, I’m sure that India-produced soy and other versatile foods can easily replace these damaging foods,” she writes. PETA Director urged Modi to adopt pro-vegan steps taken by other countries such as New Zealand, China and Germany.

“I appeal to you to show that India can equal or best them,” the 52-year-old actor added.

Modi  getting down from Air India Airplane.
Narendra Modi getting down from Air India Airplane.

Expressing concern over climate change she wrote, “My heart goes out to everyone affected by the severe air pollution plaguing Delhi. I worry about the residents as well as the animals who can’t wear face masks or stay indoors.”

She said that according to latest reports, 36 million Indians could face the threat of annual coastal flooding by 2050. The World Bank has predicted that at least 21 cities in India are approaching zero groundwater levels for next year and that 40 per cent of Indians may not have water to drink by 2030.

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Anderson in her letter praised India’s cuisine that made it the ‘easiest place on earth’ to be vegan. “India is the easiest place to be vegan… I still remember the beautiful colour of saffron rice and the alluring aroma of veggie biryani. India’s foods are so fantastic and varied that it’s the easiest place on earth to be vegan”, she added.

Last month, she had written to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau asking him to serve nutritious vegan meals in correctional facilities. (IANS)