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JKFFA pays tributes to martyred soldiers
Jammu and Kashmir Freedom Fighters Association (JKFFA) on Wednesday paid floral tributes to army personnel who sacrificed their lives for the sake of nation while on duty.

The programme was organised at Dogra Shaurya Stambh Amphalla, under the chairmanship of JKFFA President Ved Gandotra.

The Indian soldiers were martyred during fight with Pakistan sponsored terrorists at Nagrota and Ramgarh.

"We the people of Jammu and Kashmir salute them for their bravery and they fight with strong will and for the cause of our Nation," Gandotra said.

He warned Pakistan that if it has guts then it should fight and face Indian soldiers from the front.

State Chief of All India Human Rights Association, Sham Lal Bhagat, while paying homage to the martyred jawans, asked the Union Government to take strict action against Pakistan and teach it a lesson in his language. He said that the Karwan-e-Aman bus service between India and Pakistan should also be terminated forthwith.

Speakers expressed their anguish over the cowardly act of Pak sponsored militant groups. They also urged all political parties to extend support to the Centre so that it could take appropriate action against the perpetrators of the crime.

A two-minute silence was also observed in the memory of all those who sacrificed their lives for the sake of nation.

The prominent persons present were Rajiv Mahajan (State President Shri Ram Sena), Pritam Sharma (State President Kranti Dal), Raj Rattan Raina (State President AIHRA), Binny Mahajan (City President Shiv Sena Hindustan), Ram Rattan Raina (State President Sangram Sena), Rajinder Singh, Brig Mehra etc.

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