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Governor, Rahul, Mamta, Omar, Mehbooba condemn attack

JAMMU, Feb 14: Governor Satya Pal Malik has strongly condemned the
terrorist attack on a CRPF convoy at Pulwama in which many CRPF
personnel lost their lives.  He has conveyed his grief and sincere
sympathy to the families of the brave soldiers who had lost their
lives in this attack and prayed for early recovery of all those
injured in this gruesome attack.
Expressing serious concern about the terrorist attack on security
forces Governor observed that the Forces responsible for insurgency in
J&K are desperate and frustrated and they just want to prove their
presence. Visibly it seems to be guided from across the Border as
Jaish-e-Mohammad has claimed the responsibility.  He said that such
actions will not deter the resolve of our Security Forces and people,
and we will finish these inimical forces to the last.
Governor has urged all the Security Forces Commanders to enhance
surveillance on every front and directed the District and Divisional
Civil and Police Administration to immediately review the security
management of all important installations and establishments.
Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Thursday condemned the attack on
the CRPF convoy in Lethpora area of Awantipora in south Kashmir in
which at least 20 CRPF troopers were killed and over 40 injured.
Taking to social networking site Twitter, Rahul wrote: “I’m deeply
disturbed by the cowardly attack on a #CRPF convoy in J&K in which
many of our brave CRPF men have been martyred and a large number
wounded, some critically. My condolences to the families of our
martyrs. I pray for the speedy recovery of the injured.”

I’m deeply disturbed by the cowardly attack on a #CRPF convoy in J&K
in which many of our brave CRPF men have been martyred and a large
number wounded, some critically. My condolences to the families of our
martyrs. I pray for the speedy recovery of the injured.

— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) February 14, 2019

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee also expressed her
condolences to the families of the CRPF men who were killed. “Saddened
that 13 CRPF jawans became martyrs today in Pulwama. We salute our
brave jawans and extend our solidarity and condolences to their
families. Our prayers for those injured. We wish them a speedy
recovery,” she tweeted.
Reacting to a blast at Lethpora in which twelve CRPF troopers were
killed and many others sustained injuries, former chief minister of
Jammu and Kashmir and NC vice president Omar Abdullah condemned the
attack and expressed his condolences.
“Terrible news coming from the valley. A number of CRPF soldiers are
reported to have been killed & injured in an IED blast. I condemn this
attack in the strongest possible terms. My prayers for the injured &
condolences to the families of the bereaved. #Kashmir,” Omar tweeted.
Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Thursday has
strongly condemned the attack on  CRPF convoy in Lethpora area of
Awantipora in south Kashmir in which at least twelve troopers were
killed and several others were injured.
Taking to social networking site Twitter Mehbooba wrote: “ Disturbing
news coming in from #awantipura . Twelve of our security personnel
have been martyred and several have been injured. No words are enough
to condemn the gruesome terror attack. How many  more lives will be
snuffed out before this madness ends?”

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