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Following the grave incident that happened at Uri, where 18 Indian Army jawans were killed, Prime Minister gave a speech in Kerala which caught the entire nation’s attention. The speech made it to Twitter with Twitteratis showing their delight supporting Modi’s fiery speech. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speech in Kerala where he tore into Pakistan for “exporting terror” turned into trends with the hashtags #pmreturnsurifire and #KeralaWithNaMo trending on the social networking site. This is Modi’s strongest attack yet on Pakistan. “The nation deserves such decisiveness, dedication & determination. #PMReturnsUriFire," said a user. “By this fiery speech..We are confident that our PM won't let us down. #PMReturnsUriFire,” tweeted another.
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