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Terrorists snatch both sons of a mother
Rajouri Attack
1/9/2023 12:21:43 AM
Early Times Report

Rajouri/ DHANGRI, Jan 8: It was difficult rather impossible for inhabitants of Dangri village when the body of terror victim Prince Sharma reached his home. The helpless mother was inconsolable who lost both of her sons in the ghastly terror attack.
Amid heart-wrenching scenes, a pall of gloom descended on the terror-hit village as the body of the deceased reached his home in the afternoon.
With the death of a terror victim Prince Sharma at Government Medical College Hospital (GMCH) Jammu, a helpless mother lost both of her sons in the gruesome terror attack in the Dangri village of Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir on the first day of the year 2023.
Prince Sharma’s elder brother Deepak Sharma was among those who were killed on the evening of January 1, 2023, when terrorists attacked the Dangri village.
Both sons of Suraj Devi were injured in the gruesome terror attack on unarmed civilians. While her elder son Deepak Sharma was declared dead after reaching the hospital, her younger one Prince Sharma was struggling for life in GMCH Jammu.
Hundreds of people gathered at the residence of the deceased to share the grief of Suraj Devi, who lost her both sons to the terror attack. Her husband Rajinder Kumar had died about four years ago due to illness.
The attacks in the village had left six people dead. While four persons were killed and six others injured in the terrorist firing on January 1, two cousins were killed and nine other persons injured in a powerful Improvised Explosive Device (IED) blast in the village the next morning. The IED was planted by terrorists before fleeing.
Suraj Devi’s elder son Deepak Sharma, 23, was about to join Indian Army’s ordinance department within two days after the terror attack.
He was supposed to join the army’s ordnance department in two days but destiny had something else in store for him.
Four civilians, including Deepak, were killed and six others injured when terrorists opened fire on three houses of the minority community in the village in the border district of Rajouri last Sunday evening.
First of all, terrorists attacked the house of Suraj Devi and pumped bullets on both of her sons. The terrorists then moved to another house located at around 200 metres away and again resorted to firing in which Pritam Sharma and his son were killed.
The death toll in the twin-terror attacks in the Dangri village of Rajouri district has risen to seven with one more injured succumbing to injuries in Jammu on Sunday.
Prince Sharma, who was in his early 20s, died at the Government Medical College (GMC) Hospital Jammu, where he was shifted for specialized treatment along with several others after getting critically injured in the firing by terrorists in Dangri on the first day of the year 2023.
After getting treatment at Government Medical College Rajouri, Prince Sharma was airlifted to Jammu for specialized treatment as his critical condition was deteriorating.
Reports said that the kidneys of Prince Sharma were damaged in the gruesome terror attack.
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