Catch my Sons’ Killers: Relatives of Rajouri Terror Attack Deceased To Amit Shah, Minister Assures

Amit Shah
Union home minister Amit Shah addresses a joint press conference with Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha in Jammu on Friday. (ANI )

I urged Union Home Minister Amit Shah to arrest the killers of my two sons and give them maximum punishments possible, Saroj Bala, a relative of the Dangri terror attack victim, said.

Following a couple of terror attacks in Rajouri in Jammu and Kashmir, Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday, visited the region but could not meet the family members due to weather complications. However, Mr. Shah assured that the preparators will be arrested soon promising a secure atmosphere with a new action plan having 360-degree security net.

“The government of India has handed over the case related to two incidents in as many days in Dhangri to the NIA on January 12 (Thursday). The NIA and Jammu police will together investigate this case along with all other terror incidents in Jammu region which had taken place in the past one-and-a-half years,” Mr. Shah said at a press conference after chairing a high-level security review meeting at Raj Bhavan in Jammu.

Meanwhile, family members of the deceased told ANI that the home minister has assured the family members that the alleged accused will be arrested soon.

“I requested him to catch the killers of my two sons and give them the maximum punishment possible, and he assured me that he will do it soon,” Saroj Bala said.

Another kin Sushil Kumar requested the home minister to catch those terrorists as soon as possible and provide them Army protection.

“He has promised us that he will fulfil all our demands and will come and visit us next time whenever he comes to Jammu and Kashmir,” Mr. Kumar said.

The Union Territory was shocked on January 1 as unidentified terrorists killed five persons, while two children lost their lives in an Improvised Explosive Device explosion, the very next day.

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