Jammu Tawi, April 28
State Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) today paid homage to the three bravehearts Captain Ayush Yadav of UP, Subedar Bhoop Singh Gujjar of Rajasthan and Naik B V Ramana, of Andhra Pradesh who lost their lives while fighting against the suicidal squad trained by Pakistan Army in Panzgam area of Kupwara District. In a meeting held here under the leadership of NCP state president, Thakur Randhir Singh wherein he said paid rich tributes to the martyrs said that the repeated terror attacks in the country particularly in Jammu and Kashmir were extremely worrying and must be met with decisive action and not rhetoric.
Singh termed Pakistan- sponsored terror as a cancer. “The entire country is certainly worried about the repeated terrorist attacks and loss of bravehearts in the Kashmir valley,” Singh conveyed his condolences over the death of three brave hearts, including young Captain Ayush Yadav, and stressed that the every Indian was standing with the families of the martyrs. “Such attacks must be met with strategic and decisive action,” commented Singh while replying to media persons.
Krishan Kumar Digra, vice president and chairman legal cell NCP said that the Army should be given free hand to deal with the terrorists and the stone pelters as suggested by the Chief of the army staff.