Post Handwara, Shiv Sena calls for another surgical attack
MUMBAI: The Shiv Sena On Tuesday, he launched a surgical attack without Tom making a decision to avenge the murder of five security personnel in a meeting with terrorists in the Kashmirs area two days ago.
It is not a good sign that the brave men were killed at once in the land of India s, an editorial said in the Sena spokesman, '' adding that this happened when a strong and rather patriotic government is in power in center.
The country has forgotten about the Kashmir war due to the war situation triggered by Covid-19, but not Pakistan, the former NDA constituent said.
Noting that the armed forces recently saluted the efforts of frontline workers in the battle against Covid-19 by conducting fly-pasts and showering flower petals on hospitals, the Shiv Sena said the fight against and the appreciation of policemen, doctors and nurses will continue, but Kashmir cannot be ignored.
Let there be a surgical attack without Tom taking it into account to avenge the martyrdom of the five jawans. It is not a good sign that five of our jawans are being killed at once, the party led by Uddhav Thackeray said.
India had carried out retaliatory surgical attacks on seven terror launch platforms through the LoC, with the military targeting terrorists preparing to infiltrate from PoK after the Uri terror attack in September 2016.
Opposition parties such as Congress later accused the BJP of using the surgical strike for political gain.
Our jawans are getting killed on our own land. It is happening at a time when a strong and quite patriotic government is in place in Delhi (Center), the Shiv Sena said.
Terrorist attacks have increased along the Kashmir border, while India is fighting the coronavirus crisis, he said, claiming that India has forgotten about the Kashmir war due to the situation triggered by Covid-19, but Pakistan not.
Without naming any party or government, the Seine said someone should also throw petals on the relatives of the five security personnel killed in the Handwara meeting.
He said the security personnel who made supreme sacrifices for the country included a Muslim, and asked those in Hindu-Muslim politics not to forget him.
An army colonel and a commander were among the five security personnel killed in an encounter with terrorists in a village in the Handwara area of northern Kashmir two days ago.
The deceased included Colonel - Commander of the 21 Rashtriya Rifles, Major Anuj Sood, Naik Rajesh and Lance Naik Dinesh, and JKP Deputy Inspector Shakeel Qazi.
The Seine said that Colonel Sharmas' daughter celebrated her birthday on May 1 and that she died protecting the country on May 3.
Noting that the incident occurred around the same time when the armed forces saluted the efforts of the police, doctors, and nurses fighting the Covid-19, he said: Someone should also give petals to the families of these martyrs. Playing bands, lighting lamps, candles to greet them too.
There has been a closure in Kashmir since article 370 was scrapped (last year) and infiltrators carried out attacks during the closure, the Marathi newspaper said.
It has to be admitted that the Article could be scrapped because of the strong intentions of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah. But, the killings of India n soldiers still continued there, the Shiv Sena said.
What is the use of paying only tribute to soldiers who achieve martyrdom in Kashmir? I ask
The bodies of the five personnel were kept wrapped in the tricolor at the Handwara military camp and the picture of it gave pain to people of the country, the Shiv Sena said.
The image stifles Jai Hind's catchphrase in his throat. The land of Kashmir is drenched in the blood of Colonel Sharma and other brave soldiers at a time when the Indian Army was bathing flowers on the Covid-19 warriors. This is not good. image, is what we can say, he added.