Amarnath Yatra Terror Attack
It was 11 am on Tuesday at the Batangoo range in Khannabal of South Kashmir where an attack on the Amarnath yatris had happened a night prior. The territory was humming with security powers. Web-based telecom vans of news stations were stopped on the roadside. Many shops were closed in the territory and writers were perched on the shop fronts, conceivably sitting tight for their editors’ bearings from newsrooms. In the midst of this, activity development was typical. Everyone knew about what had occurred on Monday night. The neighborhood travelers were seen looking at writers or security constraints in edginess to discover the status of the circumstance.
Activists murdered seven travelers and harmed 19 others. While many contend that the assault was coordinated against the Pioneers, the police variant recommends that the transport conveying travelers were discovered in the cross terminating between the activists and police party. Be that as it may, in the seasons of the disaster like this, nobody has time for subtleties. Casualties were pioneers, and that is what makes a difference.
- Why Vehicle got punctured
- Why passengers went down
- After & 7 O’clock why bus resumed its journey
- Why not registered at Amarnath shrine facilitation center
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Perpetrators Of Attack Stand Exposed Before People: Union Minister Jitendra Singh
The Amarnath yatra is a symbol of Jammu and Kashmir’s composite culture and the perpetrators of the attack on pilgrims stand exposed before the people of the state, Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office Jitendra Singh said today, news agency PTI reported. “This yatra itself is a symbol of Kashmir’s composite tradition. This is a yatra where people of one faith undertake the pilgrimage and the people of the other faith act as hosts. I think this is one of the most distinct examples,” Mr Singh said.
There Was No Security Lapse: Ram Madhav
BJP General Secretary Ram Madhav today ruled out security lapse behind the attack on Amarnath yatra pilgrims in Jammu and Kashmir, news agency IANS reported. “There has been no lapse, adequate security has been provided. The yatra had been peaceful for the last 15 days,” Mr Madhav said. He said the security forces have to succeed each time, while terrorists succeed even if they get a single chance. “The security forces have to be successful 100 out of 100 times. But the terrorists win even if they succeed in striking once,” Mr Madhav said.
Central Team To Submit Report To Home Minister Rajnath Singh
A team from the centre, visiting Jammu and Kashmir to assess security measures for Amarnath yatra pilgrims, will submit a report to Home Minister Rajnath Singh after returning to Delhi, people familiar with the matter said, news agency PTI reported. Union ministers Hansraj Ahir and Jitendra Singh, and other members of the team attended a meeting with top civil and security officials in Srinagar, PTI reported. They met with Jammu and Kashmir Governor NN Vohra and Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti.
Sadhus walk on a road at Chandanwari in Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantnag district. (AFP)
Leaders Condemn Amarnath Yatra Terror Attack
Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh today condemned the “dastardly” terror attack on Amarnath pilgrims in Jammu and Kashmir. In a statement, he said the people of India were together against elements who were trying to destabilise the country, news agency PTI reported.
Former Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot today said the attack on Amarnath yatra pilgrims was a “grave security lapse” which occurred despite intelligence inputs. “I condemn strongly the attack on Amarnath pilgrims, in which devotees have been killed. It is a cowardly act to target peaceful pilgrims,” Mr Gehlot tweeted.
Chief of the Army Staff General Bipin Rawat meets with Jammu and Kashmir Governor NN Vohra in Srinagar
General Bipin Rawat Condemns Amarnath Yatra Terror Attack
Chief of the Army Staff General Bipin Rawat, who arrived in Jammu and Kashmir today, condemned the terrorist attack on Amarnath yatra pilgrims. He said the security forces will counter this menace with greater resolve.
Centre Announces Compensation
The centre today announced compensation of Rs. 7 lakh for the next of kin of the Amarnath pilgrims killed in the Anantnag terror attack, and Rs. 1 lakh for the injured, news agency PTI reported. A Home Ministry spokesperson said compensation will be given to the victims of yesterday’s terror attack as early as possible.