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Pak army chief calls on PM Sharif to discuss security

Press Trust of India  |  Islamabad 

army chief General Raheel Sharif today called on Prime Minister to discuss security matters.

The meeting came a day after Prime Minister Modi at BRICS summit termed a "mothership of terrorism".



According to a statement, matters pertaining to national and regional security were discussed during the meeting.

and have been involved in war of words since the Uri attack last month.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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The meeting came a day after Prime Minister Modi at BRICS summit termed a "mothership of terrorism".

According to a statement, matters pertaining to national and regional security were discussed during the meeting.

and have been involved in war of words since the Uri attack last month.

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Pak army chief calls on PM Sharif to discuss security

army chief General Raheel Sharif today called on Prime Minister to discuss security matters.

The meeting came a day after Prime Minister Modi at BRICS summit termed a "mothership of terrorism".

According to a statement, matters pertaining to national and regional security were discussed during the meeting.

and have been involved in war of words since the Uri attack last month.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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