Pulwama Terror Attack: PM Modi speaks to NSA Ajit Doval, said- Sacrifice of soldiers will not be wasted

Pulwama Terror Attack
Pulwama Terror Attack
In the Pulwama attack of Jammu, 40 soldiers were martyred in the terrorist attack on the CRPF convoy and many of the soldiers were seriously injured. Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Narendra Modi) condemned the attack PM Modi spoke on the issue with National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and Home Minister Rajnath Singh. Terming the terror attack as hateful and malicious act by tweeting PM Modi, the sacrifice of our brave security personnel will not be wasted.

In his tweet, the Prime Minister said that the attack on CRPF personnel is a disgusting act. I condemn this cowardly attack. ' Modi said, 'The sacrifice of our valiant security personnel will not go waste.' The Prime Minister said that he spoke to Home Minister Rajnath Singh and top officials about the situation arising out of the Pulwama attack. He said that the whole country stood side by side with the families of heroic martyrs.

He said that he wished to be wary of the wounded early in this incident. In the Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir, 40 CRPF personnel of the CRPF were martyred in a fidayeen attack on Jaish-e-Mohammed on Thursday. Jaish Terrorist hit the bus carrying the CRPF jawans from a vehicle carrying 350 kilograms of explosives.

In the Pulwama Terror Attack, the car used to attack the CRPF jawans' bus in a terrorist attack, the car was run by Jaish-e-Mohammed militant Adil Ahmed Dar. Terrorist Adil Ahmed was supposed to be from the Dar Valley. Terrorist Adil Ahmed, also known as 'Adil Ahmed Ghar Daler Ghat' and 'Gundibagh's Waqas Commando', had joined the terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammed only last year.

Adil was a resident of Kakapora. Police say that the terrorists Adil, who was driving the car, had 350 kilos of explosives. This car hit the CRPF bus, which killed nearly 40 soldiers. Let us know that young people were going in 43 buses.

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