Srinagar- Hours after militants shot dead two cops in Bandipora on Friday, the Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha vowed to avenge this “barbaric” action by the enemies of peace & determined to completely dismantle the “terror ecosystem”.
Taking to his official Twitter handle, Sinha wrote that there were no words strong enough to condemn the heinous “terrorist” attack on our brave JK Police jawans SgCT Mohd Sultan & Ct Fayaz Ahmad at Bandipora. He also conveyed his heartfelt condolences to the families of the killed cops.
“We are firmly resolved to avenge this barbaric action by the enemies of peace & determined to completely dismantle the terror ecosystem. J&K administration will extend all possible support to martyrs families,” he wrote in another Tweet.
Omar, Bukhari Condemn Killings
Meanwhile former Chief Minister and National Conference (NC) vice-president Omar Abdullah condemned the killings of policemen by militants
“I condemn the militant attack on the police in Bandipore area of North Kashmir earlier today that resulted in the death in the line of duty of J&K police personnel Muhammad Sultan and Fayaz Ahmad. May Allah grant them Jannat & may their families find strength at this time,” Omar wrote on his Twitter handle.
Apni Party President, Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari also condemned the attack and said: “The senseless bloodshed has only destroyed the life of people in Kashmir. Forces inimical to peace will yield nothing through violence except for adding to the miseries of people.”
Bukhari reiterated that the acts of violence in any of its manifestations are detrimental to the interests of any civilized society and people should raise their voice against such “inhuman and barbaric forces” before it is too late.
“Killing two police personnel just after Friday congregational prayers is a blot on the face of those who condone such actions. No cause, how logical it may be, can justify such heinous crimes against humanity,” he said, according to a party spokesperson.
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