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Amit Shah sends tough message
1/15/2023 10:52:00 PM

Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s Jammu visit made it clear to terrorists and Pakistan that New Delhi has taken a serious note of the Rajouri terror attack, which left seven civilians, including two minors’ dead.
Shah had arrived in Jammu last week as he wanted to visit Dangri village to meet the families of the victims of the terror attack but couldn’t go there due to inclement weather conditions.
He chaired a security review meeting in Jammu and assured the people of the region that the government would ensure to secure every area in the region and terrorists won’t be allowed to succeed in their nefarious designs.
Amit Shah during his one day stay in Jammu met the top brass of the security agencies and directed them to ensure that the war against terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir should be taken to its logical end. He emphasized on the need to break the backbone of the terror ecosystem by acting tough against the terrorist supporters and the overground workers.
Rajouri terror attack has once again proven beyond doubt that Pakistan is not interested in peace and wants to keep on bleeding India by sending the mercenaries to attack the civilians.
After the cowardly act of terrorists, the villagers near the LoC in Rajouri, Poonch and other areas have been provided with the arms and the Village Defence Groups (VDGs) have been activated to defend themselves against the terror attacks.
The VDGs, earlier known as Village Defence Committees, have played a vital role in the war against terrorism. The VDCs were first formed in the mid 1990s after the terrorists carried out the killings of innocents in the villages close to the Line of Control (LoC). The VDCs acted as ears and eyes of the security forces and ensured that the terrorists were kept at bay in the areas that were close to the borders.
The Union Home Minister during his Jammu visit passed clear directions to the security forces to eliminate terror and give a befitting reply to the perpetrators of Rajouri terror attack even if they have sneaked back into Pakistan.
Amit Shah couldn’t meet the family members of the slain civilians but he promised them that when he comes on his next visit he would reach Dangri to share their grief.
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