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‘Sacrifices won’t go in vain’: JP Nadda condoles BJP workers’ killings in J-K’s Kulgam

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On Friday, BJP (Bhartiya Janta Party) President JP Nadda condemned the killing of three BJP workers which were member of BJP Youth Wing in Kulgam district of Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday. BJP President said that the sacrifice of his party workers will not go in vain.

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Suspected terrorist behind killing of three BJP party workers who were members of Party’s Youth Wing

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The suspected terrorists in South Kashmir’s Kulgam district shot dead Fida Hussain Itoo, the district general secretary of the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM), Umer Rashid Beigh, a district executive member of the unit, and Umer Hajam, another member of the body. They were attacked at YK Pora in Kulgam on Thursday evening. Through his tweet JP Nadda said that the death of such patriots is a great loss of India adding that prayers of whole country is with the families of the deceased. He also added that their sacrifice will not go in vain.

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With several bullet injuries, all the three men who were shot were declared dead on arriving to hospital

After the men were shot, they were rushed to the Qazigund hospital with several bullet injuries that were shot by unidentified gunmen. However, all the men were declared dead on arriving at the hospital by the doctor. The attack is also strongly condemned by Jammu and Kashmir unit of BJP (Bhartiya Janta Party) saying that people behind this attack and responsible for this barbaric terror attack will not be spared. Former Deputy Chief Minister Kavinder Gupta on Friday attributed the killings to the provocations by the leaders of leaders of National Conference (NC) and People’s Democratic Party (PDP).

The officials have said that the case has been filed and an investigation has begun. This is the second same kind of attack after BJP leader Sheikh Waseem Bari, his brother and their father as well as Congress sarpanch Ajay Pandita were killed in Kashmir in July this year.

 

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