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Helpless mother urges Amit Shah to get justice for her two martyr sons
Dhangri terror attack
6/5/2023 11:04:33 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, June 5: Victims of the infamous Dhangri terror attack have seemed to run out of patience as promises of the authorities to track down perpetrators, within a stipulated time, yet to be translated into reality.
Six months have passed when terrorists claimed the lives of seven unarmed civilians including two minor children, in two back-to-back attacks in the Dhangri village of Jammu and Kashmir’s Rajouri district.
A day after the gruesome terror attack, higher-ups in the administration promised that those involved in committing this crime would be brought to justice as earlier as possible but security forces have yet to get any lead in this incident.
On Monday some victim families interacted with the media to remind authorities of their promise.
Saroj Bala, who lost her two sons in the terror attack appealed to the government on Monday to deliver justice.
“I only want justice for my children,” Bala said and appealed to Union Home Minister Amit Shah to intervene and ensure justice for her family.
“I want revenge for the killings of my sons to give a loud and clear message to all terrorists and their mentors sitting across the border”, she said, and locals who were involved in providing all logistics to terrorists should also be identified.
Saroj Bala- a helpless mother has lost both of her sons in the gruesome terror attack in the Dhangri 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 Dhangri 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.
Her husband Rajinder Kumar had died about three years ago due to illness.
Soraj Bala’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 on January 1.
Prince Sharma, who was in his early 20s, died at the Government Medical College (GMC) Hospital Jammu on January 8, 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.
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