“We will isolate you. I will work for that,” Modi said in his first speech after the attack on an Indian army base in India-held Kashmir last Sunday that killed 18 soldiers.
He said that in the last four months, Indian security forces have killed 110 terrorists who allegedly crossed over the cease-fire line in Kashmir from Pakistani territory.
“Terrorist attacks in Bangladesh and Afghanistan were also being instigated from Pakistan,” he added.
Modi said Pakistan is trying to destabilize Asia by exporting terrorism and called it a state that sponsors terrorism in the world.
“This is the only country that is exporting terrorism in all corners,” he continued.
“Wherever there is news of terror, there is news that either the terrorist first went to this country or later, after the incident, like Osama Bin Laden,” he said addressing a rally in southern Kerala state.
Addressing the Pakistani people directly, he added: “We both gained independence in the same year but (today) India exports software and your leaders export terrorists.”
“India has and never will bow down in the face of terrorism,” Modi said.
According to Indian officials, the perpetrators of the Uri attack were members of a militant group in Pakistan, but Islamabad has denied the charges.