“We are peace loving people and do not want bloodshed on either side of the border, but if Pakistanis dared to incite India, we will roast them alive (agar unhone golibaari kit oh hum unhe boon denge),” this was stated by 8-year-old Nanu, a resident of Ramgarh sector.
Housing over 150 villages and nearby one lakh population, the residents of Ramgarh sector Nandhpur Road, 29 km away from Jammu, are all furious against Pakistan for carrying evil designs against India time and again.
Following terrorist attack in Uri, the residents of border areas are ready to meet any direct or indirect threat from across the borders.
Rohan sharma, 10th class student said, “Terrorists keep on attacking Indian posts and every time India suffers causalities. People do not remember it for more than for 3-4 days,” adding in all this studies is getting spoiled. Students, however,
anticipated that war is not the solution, but if anybody tried to test the patience of India, it will be razed down.
Every year farmers near the border areas face problems during the paddy procurement, Dharampal Singh, one of the farmer said “My village is 5km away from the border and during ceasefire violations, we suffer losses, but we do not afraid working in field.” If Pakistan tried to violate ceasefire residents are ready to fight them. Dr. Harpal Singh told team of Newspoint that Government Community Health Centre, Ramgarh has all the facilities to cater to the emergency situation at borders. “We have all equipments; doctors are ready to handle any situation. We have solar facilities in our centre.” he said.
Manjeet Singh, Former Sarpanch said “Right now the situation of country is very worst. This is our request to PM Modi and Rajnath Singh to retaliate with full might, Eint ka jawab pather se diya jaye (Government must give befitting reply to Pakistan).” Nambardar, Balbir singh said, “Srinagar situation is very worst and Government should take any strict steps against Pakistan to end this cycle of violence. The Pakistan is carrying proxy war in Kashmir and government must take proper plans to fail it.”