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Martyr's family prefers ‘action’ to dialogue with Pak
3/23/2015 11:51:59 PM
Arun Trisal

Early Times Report

Kathua, Mar 23: The family of martyr Parshotam Lal, the cop who was killed in the March 20 terror attack at Rajbagh Police Station, today demanded a strict action against Pakistan and opposed any dialogue with it.
The terrorists had opened indiscriminate fire at the Rajbagh police station a little before 6 am on March 20, resulting in the death if sentry Parshotam Lal (35), son of Parkash Chand of Bandar, Hiranagar.
Talking to media persons here, Parshotam's brother Santokh Raj said that Pakistan must be taught a lesson for sending terrorists into the Indian territory.
He also opposed any dialogue with Pakistan. "India usually prefers talks with Pakistan on peace process but Pakistan continually violates ceasefire and carries out fidayeen attacks on us.
The union government should suspend the dialogue process with it and take effective steps to teach it a lesson," he added.
Parshotam's widow Nisha Devi asked prime minister Narendra Modi to give reason for his silence on the twin terror attacks in Samba and on Rajbagh Police station, Kathua where her husband lost his life. "Modi had roared on the beheading of two Indian army soldiers in Poonch sector last year but has been surprisingly silent on the twin terror attacks in Jammu region," she added.
Nisha called for a probe into the incidents of infiltration by militants from across the borders and felt that it was not possible for anyone to enter Indian without the support of "black sheeps" on this side.
She asked Modi to recall the promises he had made with the people during his election rallies in J&K.
Locals strongly condemned the state government for not taking seriously the terror related incidents.
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