On the Srinagar terror attack, Farooq Abdullah said why can’t we talk to Pakistan, Manoj Sinha expressed sorrow.

On the Srinagar terror attack, Farooq Abdullah said why can’t we talk to Pakistan, Manoj Sinha expressed sorrow.

“I urge the government to talk about winning hearts if these things are to be eliminated,” Farooq Abdullah said.
On the Srinagar terror attack, Farooq Abdullah said why can't we talk to Pakistan, Manoj Sinha expressed sorrow.

Political rhetoric has also started after the terrorist attack in Srinagar. Following the report of the attack, the Prime Minister’s Office tweeted that PM Modi had sought information about the terrorist attack in Jammu and Kashmir. He also expressed condolences to the families of the security personnel who were martyred in the attack. On the other hand, on the Srinagar terror attack, NC chief Farooq Abdullah said that it was unfortunate. I offer my condolences on the death of the martyred soldiers. I urge the government to talk about winning hearts if these things are to end. If they win hearts, these things will not happen. When NC chief Farooq Abdullah was asked if it was possible to talk to Pakistan in the midst of terrorist attacks in Jammu and Kashmir, he said that when you can talk to China which is moving forward in our land. Yes, he has killed the young men. Why don’t you fight them? You can talk to China but why not to Pakistan.

Here, Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir Manoj Sinha strongly condemned the cowardly terrorist attack on a Jammu and Kashmir Police bus in Srinagar. My tribute to our brave martyred policemen. We are committed to ensuring that criminals are punished. My heartfelt condolences to the bereaved families.

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Significantly, on Monday evening, terrorists attacked a bus carrying Jammu and Kashmir Armed Police Force personnel at Pantha Chowk, the gateway to Srinagar. Two policemen, including an assistant sub-inspector of Jammu and Kashmir police, were martyred in the attack. Twelve other policemen were also injured, two of them in critical condition. Police, army and CRPF cordoned off the area and launched a search operation to nab the attacking terrorists.


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