(In Pics) Uri attacks: Not just the army jawans, India too cries “Pakistan Murdabad” in unison

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The viral video by Indian Jawans chanting "Kashmir rahega, par Pakistan nahi" has created ripples across the country.

The fact that India is united in all situations is reflected in the way the country has reacted to the Uri attack. Unanimous in its cry against the neighboring country of Pakistan, India has shown the strength of steel and a rock-solid determination in facing all the ceasefire violations. Tolerance has been India's penache, but now......ENOUGH!

Blind school

Latest reports suggest that the NIA has taken over the investigation of Uri attack. The agency would be collecting DNA samples of the terrorists and observe the commonalities in the Uri and the Pathankot air base attacks in January.

"Let Pakistan taste their own medicine" is echoing across the country ever since the attack, which killed 18 soldiers, took place on September 18. From peaceful candle marches to violent protests, India has been witnessing pure emotional outbursts in various ways.

Meanwhile, as politicians here find a way out to fight the forces on the other side, it is a wait and watch situation for the world to see where Indo-Pak relations head to.

Here are a few in pics:

A minute's silence is not enough

Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar with RJD CHief Lalu Prasad observing one minute silence to pray for soldiers killed in a Uri terror attack and Madhubani bus accidents victims, in Patna.

Future of the nation

Amritsar: Students pay tribute to the Indian Army soldiers who lost their lives in the attack on Army camp at Uri, in Amritsar on Monday.

Future of the Nation

Gurgaon: Students pay homage to the soldiers who were martyred in the attack on the Army camp in Uri, in Gurgaon on Monday.

The burning sentiments

New Delhi: Shiv Sena activists burn a Pakistani flag at a protest against the militant attack on Uri Army camp, in New Delhi on Monday.

End of tolerance

Mumbai: Congress activists protest against attack on Indian amry camp in Uri in Jammy and Kashmir, in Thane, Mumbai on Monday.

Will not forgive and forget

Nagpur: Social wokers protest against Pakistan over the attack on the Army camp in Uri, in Nagpur of Maharashtra on Monday.

Our Jawans are priceless

Amritsar: BJP workers protest against the attack on the Army camp in Uri, in Amritsar on Monday

No time for peace

Ranchi: School students holds placards during a protest against terror attack at Uri Army base, in Ranchi on Monday.

Shame on Pakistan!

Ajmer: People burn an effigy representing Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif during a protest against Uri attack, in Dargah Market in Ajmer on Monday.

A candle of prayer

Ahmedabad: Poeple hold candle and shout anti pakistan slogans during prayer for pay tribute to Victim of uri terrorist attack in Ahmedabad on Monday.

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