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‘My father’s death has been avenged’

Kanpur: Family participants of CRPF jawans, who were martyred in Pulwama terror attack, have hailed the pre-dawn air strike on terror camps across LoC on Tuesday. Nearly 300 Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists have reportedly been killed in the strike performed by IAF.
Supriya, daughter of martyred CRPF jawan Pradeep Singh Yadav, a local of Ajan Sukhsenpur village in Kannauj district, said the family was once relieved to learn thru TV channels concerning the air strike. “I am glad that the dying of my father has been avenged. We really feel happy with his ultimate sacrifice and IAF action is a true tribute to the bravehearts, including my father,” she said.

“Not a unmarried day has gone by since February 14 when now we have no longer remembered him,” she added.

Her mom Neeraj Devi demanded that masterminds of the terrorists must also meet the similar fate.

“Hafeez Saeed and Masood Azhar, who are responsible for lots of the terrorist assaults in India in the previous couple of years, must be targetted and killed in equivalent strikes with a view to bring peace in the nation,” said Supriya.

Her brother-in-law Kuldeep said that retaliation from India on Pakistan was once a lot needed. “India should actual revenge from Pakistan, differently the martyrdom of CRPF jawans would go waste,” demanded Kuldeep.

Similar perspectives were expressed by the family of any other martyred CRPF jawan Shyam Babu, who was once a local of Raingawan Majra Nonari in Kanpur Dehat.

“We admire the positive step taken by Indian Air Force to avenge the dying of the martyrs,” said Ram Prasad, the deceased jawan’s father.

Rajwanti, mom of martyred CRPF jawan Ajit Kumar Azad, a local of Unnao, said terror camps in PoK should be destroyed. “Pakistan has been behaving in a very immature manner. So, India should now take a significant step to teach Pakistan a lesson,” she added.

Meena, martyr Ajit’s wife, said: “I am glad as a ray of hope has emerged following the air strike. More such assaults must be performed to prevent all terror actions,” she said.

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