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Terrorists bleeding innocents
1/22/2023 11:19:03 PM
Jammu is on the radar of the Pakistan sponsored terror groups. In January month the region witnessed two attacks. One in Rajouri, which left seven persons including two minors dead and twin blasts at Narwal in which nine persons sustained injuries.
Nationalist people of Jammu region are witnessing an onslaught as the terrorists are targeting civilians. They are bleeding Jammu to remain afloat.
By targeting civilians they are sending a clear message that the terror has no religion and their only job is to bleed innocents. Terror bosses sitting across the Line of Control (LoC) are directing their henchmen to hit the soft targets so that they don’t face any retaliation.
After the scrapping of Article 370, the security forces have gone after the terrorists and have destroyed their entire eco-system. The battle against terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir is in its decisive phase. The terrorists by targeting civilians in Jammu region are trying to make their presence felt. Their only aim is to spill the blood of innocents and create fear in the minds of people.
The consensus is building across the country that the Centre should take decisive action against the terrorists and their sponsors. The voices to dismantle the terror infrastructure that’s across the Line of Control (LoC) are becoming shriller. The terrorists need to be taught one final lesson. It can be done by destroying their camps and launch pads that are still functional on the other side of the LoC.
Nationalist people of Jammu have always backed the security forces and have never allowed the terrorists to raise their ugly head in the Jammu region. This time also they won’t allow them to succeed in their nefarious designs. The disruptive acts being carried out by the terrorists won’t deter the resolve of the Jammu people to fight terrorism.
Twin blasts in the busy Narwal area have shaken everyone but the people are aware that the terrorists want to create fear psychosis. People need to exercise extra caution and keep a vigil around them. If they see anything suspicious they should inform the law enforcing agencies. Eyes and ears have to be kept open to foil the wicked designs of the terrorists.
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