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"In the past three days, a lot has happened on the diplomatic front and you have also seen that. You have seen the results also," Bharatiya Janata Party General Secretary Ram Madhav told a press conference.
"Apko bayan chahiye ya action? Action hote rahenge, dekhna (Do you want statements or action? Action will continue, just keep watching)," Madhav said when a journalist sought to know from him why the BJP has toned down its voice against Pakistan after coming to power.
Although the BJP leader did not put it in so many words, he clearly indicated that the situation emerging in the wake of the Uri attack would also be discussed during the party's three-day National Council meeting here.
"We all National Council members keep getting inputs from the people. All important issues will be taken up at a certain level, and essence of that will be communicated to you," Madhav said.
Responding to a poser that Russia joining military exercise with Pakistan is against India's claim that the neighbouring country has been isolated diplomatically, Madhav said, "We will wait and see. A lot of news is floating around."
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