Jammu: Mother of terror attack victims urges people for bandh

Aman Zutshi

Jammu: Saroj Bala, the inconsolable mother who lost both her sons in the January 1 terrorist attack at Dhangri, Rajouri has urged the local people on Sunday in Rajouri  and Poonch districts  to observe “bandh” (full closure) for her two sons, who are still awaiting justice.

The mother of the terror assault victims has urged the local inhabitants to  observe Bandh on Monday in whole Pir-Panjal region as her martyred sons namely Deepak and Prince annual Shradh will be observed after two months.

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“It is very shameful that the mother of  Dhangri martyrs have come all the way from Dhangri to Nowshera.

“She is the mother of all those children who have made supreme sacrifice during the terrorist attacks. Her arrival in Nowshera has gloomed the people of the region.

“This mother is still yearning for justice for her martyred sons and it raises a question on the probing agencies, judicial system of our country that this mother is observing a excursion for the public support.

“All the leaders who came to meet her only made false promises that they will deliver her justice but their tall claims has fallen flat till now.

“I assure my full support for her Bandh call in Nowshera and everyone will lend their support. We will also urge our local religious organisations and Vyapar Mandal for the support.

“The terrorist attack was on whole Pir-Panjal region and not only on Dhangri. When all the people will come together on the streets in support of this issue then the govt will awoke from its slumber.

“The govt cannot reduce the pain of this mother by giving false assurances of providing govt jobs they can only when they will punish the perpetrators”, a local of Nowshera said.

“This is very depressing moment for us and various investigating agencies of govt are probing our matter but still my sons have not got justice.

“We have travelled from Dhangri and our excursion for public solidarity will continue for three days.

“We are going to observe Bandh at Khalsa chowk in Dhangri and we will not move from the road till I get  justice for my sons.

“My sons were highly educated and had govt jobs and the money, jobs provided by the regime cannot be equated with the precious lives of my sons.

“I want nothing but only justice for my sons”, said Saroj Bala, Mother of terror attack victims.