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Kin of slain CRPF jawans hail air strike, want more action


VARANASI/ ALLAHABAD/ KANPUR/ GORAKHPUR: After India’s pre-dawn air strike on terrorist camps across the Line of Control (LoC) on Tuesday, family members of Ramesh Yadav and Awdhesh Yadav, the 2 CRPF jawans who had lost their lives in Pulwama terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir, said they sought after additional stringent motion in opposition to Pakistan for harbouring terrorists.


“Pakistan isi ka hakdar hai (Pakistan is entitled to such motion),” said Renu Yadav, the widow of martyr Ramesh Yadav. She additionally thanked the Indian Air Force and the Central government for the air strike. She said that all of the terrorists will have to be singled out and eradicated.


The complete circle of relatives and locals at Tofapur village in Chaubeypur space of Varanasi had been noticed glued to TV units, looking at the newest information of air strike. According to the family members, Renu, who were grieving the loss of life of her husband for the closing 11 days, used to be noticed in a comfortable way of thinking after looking at the inside track of air strike through which round 250-300 terrorists had been reportedly killed.


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