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Finally Ram Madhav visits Kishtwar
ET Impact
11/13/2018 10:39:25 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Nov 13: BJP's National General Secretary Ram Madhav spared some time from his busy schedule to visit family of martyrs Anil Parihar and Ajit Parihar, who were killed by terrorists on November 1.
The whole nation was shocked over killings of Parihar brother at communally sensitive Kishtwar town but national BJP leadership, especially Ram Madhav, who is looking after all affairs of BJP in J&K, could not spare time from his busy schedule to reach Kishtwar. Ram Madhav was in the State last week but he preferred to join celebrations of newly elected Mayor of Srinagar Municipal Corporation. It was only after Early Times published this news, the BJP leadership awake from deep slumber and deputed its senior leaders to Kishtwar to attend Shardhanjali function of Parihar brother.
Credible sources said that news regarding visit of Ram Madhav to Srinagar was published in this news paper, BJP high command took serious note of its and asked senior leaders to visit the bereaved family.
Today to Central BJP leaders BJP National General Secretary Ram Madhav, Union Minister Jagat Parkash Nadda, Union MoS in PMO Dr. Jitendra Singh and J&K BJP State President Ravinder Raina (MLA) along with other senior leaders from J&K BJP visited the house of Parihar brothers to pay their condolences to the bereaved family.
BJP leaders visited the house of Parihar brothers to meet the family members of bereaved families. They termed the loss of Parihar brothers as the loss to entire BJP family and the region. They assured the family members of Parihar brothers that the entire BJP and the Nation stands with them in the hour of distress as we are a part of great family. They said that this tragic incident asks us to rebuilt our resolve to fight with the terrorists and their sympathizers with more strength and work on the mission of Anilji to pay true tributes to him.
BJP leaders handed over cheques of Rs 5-5 lakh each to both families. The government will also provide relief of Rs 5-5 lakh each to both bereaved families. The leaders said that although the money can never substitute a live member of the family, neither through financial matters nor on emotional support grounds but still every family has needs in the society to cater for day to day needs.
The families were also handed over two job orders to the families of Parihar brothers.
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