Pulwama blast live update: Nation pays tribute to martyrs
New Delhi : The deadliest ever terror attack against security forces in Jammu and Kashmir took lived of 41 CRPF personnel on 14th Feb 2019. The vehicle-bomb suicide attack was plotted for the massive blast and Jaish-e-Mohammed under the leadership of Masood Azhar has claimed responsibility for the attack. The entire nations is mourning for the loss of so many security personal who did not find even a second to defend themselves.
India's Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, J&K Governor Satya Pal Malik and Army's Northern Command chief Lt Gen Ranbir Singh paid tribute to slain soldiers in Budgam during wreath laying ceremony. Also, Rajanth Singh, along with J&K DGP Dilbagh Singh, was seen lending a shoulder to the mortal remains of a CRPF soldier in Budgam who was killed in Wednesday's terror strike.
Prime Minister Modi in a public meeting in Jhansi said that the attack was an outcome of the neighbouring country's desperation as it is in a bad shape and has been forced to go to different countries with a "begging bowl" to meet even its daily expenses.
"Our brave soldiers have sacrificed their lives and these sacrifices will not go in vain.The valour of our security forces has been witnessed by the country and there can be no one in our country who doubts their valour and bravery," says PM Modi in Jhansi.
Yoga guru Ramdev said that Jaish-e-Mohammad chief Masood Azhar and Hafiz Saeed should be brought to India or should meet the fate of Osama bin Laden. "All terrorists, whether coming from across the border or already inside our territory, must be eliminated, especially (2008 Mumbai terror attack mastermind) Hafiz Saeed and (Jaish-e-Mohammad chief) Masood Azhar."Wherever they are, they must be brought to India or should meet the fate of Osama bin Laden (who was killed by US forces inside his secret residence in Pakistan's Abbotabad)," Ramdev said.
Meanwhile, in the backdrop of Pulwama attack, clashes took place in Jammu on Friday, leaving 12 injured. Several vehicles were also set to fire.