People Would Never Forget Supreme Sacrifices In Pampore Attack: JPPF23 February, 2016, By Cross Town News
JAMMU, Feb 23: While condemning the Pak manufactured Fidayeen attack on EDI building at Pampore, Jammu Province People Forum has expressed shock and grief over the killing of security persons and a civilian in the encounter which continued for three days and ended with the elimination of all the 3 dreaded militants, besides injury to others.
Paying rich tributes to the martyred security personnel including two young army captains in their early twenties, the members said that people of India would never forget their supreme scarifices for the cause of country’s unity, integrity and sovereignty. The members said that all the security persons have displayed exemplary courage while fighting with the militants especially the two young martyred captains have taken the lead in this gunfight. The scarifies of two young army captains Pawan Kumar of Jind Haryana and Tushar Mahajan of Udhampur will always be remembered in the history of the nation.
Offering the heartfelt condolences, the members expressed their sympathies and solidarity with the families of martyred officers and other security persons including civilian also. The members prayed to God for granting eternal peace to the departed souls and bestow courage to the bereaved families of all martyred security persons to bear this irreparable loss. The members also urged the government to consider their supreme sacrifices for grant of highest gallantry awards.
The members warned Pakistan to exercise complete restraint over such cowardice and dastardly acts of violence and bloodshed and not to test the patience of Indian nation otherwise Pakistan will have to pay heavy price.
Besides president JPPF District & Session Judge Pavittar Singh Bhardawaj (Retired), others who attended the meeting included Narayan Singh, MS Katoch, Inderjeet Khajuria, Gajan Singh Khajuria, ML Sharma, Avinash Bhatia, Pritam Sharma, Gajan Singh Akali, Narinder Sharma, Kamla Sharma and Rajinder Singh.