NEW DELHI: After failing to justify their allegations and failure to provide any evidence pertaining to Pakistan’s alleged involvement in Uri attacks, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday met the service chiefs of the Indian Army, Navy and Air Force to discuss India s response to the incident.

Four suspected attackers had stormed a battalion headquarters of the Indian Army in Uri town of the Baramulla district in Occupied Kashmir on Saturday morning, killing 17 soldiers and injuring 19 other personnel in the attack.

Modi condemned the attack, saying that the attackers would not go unpunished for their despicable act.

After India directly blamed Pakistan for the terror attack at the army base, Pakistan rejected it and said India s accusation is "totally baseless and irresponsible."

"Pakistan always sought concrete evidence from India to prove its accusations, but it failed to do so," Foreign Office spokesperson Nafees Zakaria stated in an interview.

During Corps Commander s Conference held at GHQ on Monday. Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif took note of the hostile narrative being propagated by India and stated that we are fully cognizant and closely watching the latest happenings in the region and their impact on the security of Pakistan.

Expressing his satisfaction over operational preparedness of the Army, COAS had said that Armed Forces of Pakistan are fully prepared to respond to entire spectrum of direct and indirect threat. Pakistan’s Armed Forces together with our resilient nation have surmounted every challenge and will thwart any sinister design against integrity and sovereignty of Pakistan in future as well.