MHA team to visit J&K
In the wake of recent attack on CAPF convoy, the Ministry of Home affairs will be sending a team of the Secretary (Boarder Management), Shri Susheel Kumar and Special Secretary, (Internal Security), Shri Mahesh Kumar Singla accompanied by Joint Secretary (Kashmir), Shri Gyanesh Kumar to Jammu and Kashmir to look into the issues of possible increase in cross boarder infiltration, and the practices and procedures being followed by the CAPF during movement of their convoys.
The Union Home Minister, Shri Rajnath Singh has directed that the team should submit its report at the earliest. The Union Home Minister has set up the team owing to his deep concern for the loss of life of brave CAPF Personnel.
The team would be leaving for J&K by Tuesday.
Earlier while talking to press Rajnath Singh was tough on Pakistan.
As India lost her Eight brave son of para-military personnel were killed and 25 were injured in the attack, said to be the worst in the last 3 years. Rajnath Singh said:
“We will make sure not to fire the first bullet, but even if one bullet is fired from their (Pakistan’s) side, we shouldn’t even think about keeping a count on the bullets that we’ll fire,” the home minister said at a function in Punjab, recalling his “standing orders” after the killing of five Indians by Pakistani Rangers in the border area one-and-a-half years ago.
— India Today (@IndiaToday) June 26, 2016
The CRPF reportedly ignored a specific intelligence input from the Jammu and Kashmir Police https://t.co/t1EhJz3MWa
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— The Indian Express (@IndianExpress) June 26, 2016
Won't count bullets if Pakistan fires first: @rajnathsingh after Pampore attack
— NDTV (@ndtv) June 26, 2016
Editors Note :
Any terror attack any where in the world we deeply condemn the same and demand for the equal justice for the barbaric executors. What happened in Jammu and Kashmir is a direct challenge to the armed forces and if not retaliated with the definitive course then terror group will feel winner like joy. A strong protest against such act during the month of Holy Ramadan.
Source : pib.nic.in