Pulwama terror attack: HC suspends work, many organisations call for bandh tomorrow

The mangled remains of the CRPF vehicle (Express Photo by Shuaib Masoodi)

The attack on a CRPF convoy by Jaish-e-Mohammad militants in Kashmir Thursday in the wake of strong condemnation from the political parties across the spectrum and various other organizations, Chamber of Commerce and Industry, with the band's call for a call Friday.

Calling for a peaceful bandh on Friday, JCCI president Rakesh Gupta at a press conference urged people to pray for eternal peace to the departed and asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to wake up to the factual security situation on the ground.

The Jammu and Kashmir High Court Bar Association decided to suspend work in courts across the region, including high court and tribunals High Court Bar president B.S. Slathia said the decision was suspended in the protest against the "dastardly act of frustrated terrorists" and as a result of the grievances of the departed souls. The Bar Association will also take a protest march on Friday from the High Court complex here, he added.

Meanwhile, Governor Satya Pal Malik strongly condemned the terrorist and observed that the forces responsible for the insurgency in Jammu and Kashmir want to present their presence. He urged the Security Forces Commanders to increase surveillance on every front. He also directed the District and Divisional Civil and Police Administration for all important installations and establishments.

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"Jaish-e-Mohammed has claimed that the responsibility is to be guided from him. Such actions will not deter the solution of our Security Forces and people, and we will finish the inimical forces to the last, "The Governor said.

State BJP termed the attack on CRPF as an "act of cowardice" and warned militants and their masters sitting across the border that they will pay a heavy price for it. The party's state president Ravinder Rana said that Pakistan, after getting frustrated in the recent conduct of peaceful local body and panchayat elections, "has caused this dastardly and inhuman act to cause the spread of the common man in fear of the impending elections in Kashmir state. "

The blood of martyrs will never go waste and the army of Indian Army will crush militancy and their masters across the border, Raina said. He expressed sympathies to the families of martyrs, saying that the nation is indebted to them.

Former Deputy Chief Minister Kavinder Gupta accused Pakistan of thrusting terrorism on India and appealed to people in Kashmir He asked them to come forward to strengthen democracy in the state and teach a lesson to separatist Hurriyat and other Kashmir based politicians who supported militants sponsored by Pakistan and their ideology.

Chairman of the Legislative Council Haji Anayat Ali expressed grief on the death of CRPF personnel in the militant attack, saying that his heart goes with bereaved families of brave soldiers who laid their lives for the nation.

He conveyed his grievances with families

National Conference leader and former MLA Kalakote Th Rachpal Singh condemned the militant attack as "cowardice incident" and urged on both central and state governments to take strong measures to curb terrorism which is now its bad head raising every now and then.

A well-known educationist in Poonch district, Dr. Shazad Malik, described the militant attack as "cowardice" saying that "reflects the frustration of the anti-India forces who are unable to stand face to face with our brave security forces". He also said the nation stands united with the soldiers.

Team Jammu's chairperson Zorawar Singh said the Center and State Government to adopt a proactive policy to flush out and eliminate the militants operating in the state. While offering tributes to the martyred CRPF personnel, he said that the country has been attacked by terrorists for a clear message to Pakistan, giving clear message to the border across border across the country. camps or face consequences.

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Anti-Terrorist Front India's national president Viresh Shandaliya asked Center to withdraw from the CRPF personnel. Warning BJP's the debacle in coming elections if Narendra Modi government did not take action against Pakistan, he said that the neighbor will only understand the language of war.

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