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J&K BJP State President & MLA Sat Sharma pays homage to martyr BSF Head Constable, A Suresh

J&K BJP State President & MLA Sat Sharma today laid wreaths on the mortal remains of BSF Head Constable Suresh hailing from Tamil Nadu, who was martyred in an unprovoked firing and shelling by Pakistani troops on Indian positions along the International Border in R. S. Pura sector of Jammu at BSF Camp, Ploura.

Sat Sharma while paying tributes to the martyred soldier said that Pakistan is feeling frantic by the fitting reply by Indian Armed Forces and particularly the apt action of Indian Forces in Uri and so resorting to such mean behaviour of unprovoked firing and shelling on the border outposts and civilian areas in Arnia belt and adjoining villages thus martyring one Head constable and injuring several civilians as well.

He said that the Security forces as well as civilians are braving the heat of the unpleasant atmosphere created by the hostile neighbour. He tried to remind the wicked neighbour the wording of Bharat Ratna Former Prime Minister of India, Atal Bihari Vajpayee that “Neighbours cannot be replaced”, while advising hostile neighbour to improve its behaviour. He asked Pakistan to understand the very fact that the promotion of subversive groups and elements on its soil typically adopting militancy as its state policy will harm its core philosophy as the proposed Nation of Brotherhood with pious hearts and so as a Nation it must try to initialize the process of containing and eliminating all type of anti-human groups on its soil so that it may no more be individualized on the world platform. Leniency shown by Indian forces must not be taken granted by Pakistan, he warned.

While stressing on the stand of BJP under the leadership of PM Modi, he said that India as the proud Nation will take all possible measures to defend and if need arises avenge them with full force, the life of its security personnel and citizens. He said that in no way any atrocity or attack on the life, livestock or property of civilians or the security forces will be tolerated. He also directed the civil administration to take quick action for the support of army and civilians as needed.