LIVE UPDATES Reactions on murder of BJP workers this sacrifice will not go in vain, says jp nadda

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On Thursday, militants shot dead three Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) leaders in Kulgam in Jammu and Kashmir. At YK Pora in Kulgam, militants opened fire on Fida Hussain Ittu, Umer Rashid Baig and Umer Hanan.

At YK Pora in Kulgam, militants opened fire on Fida Hussain Ittu, Umer Rashid Baig and Umer Hanan. Let the terrorists shoot the three with a bullet. The three were then taken to a nearby hospital, where they were pronounced dead. Police has said that a case has been registered under the relevant laws in this case and investigation has been started. The statements of the leaders have started coming in regarding this incident.

A delegation of ‘People’s Alliance for Guptar Declaration’ leaders including Omar Abdullah, Ghulam Nabi Lon Hanjura, Nasir Aslam Wani, Muzaffar Shah and Waheed Para have arrived in Dras, Kargil to meet local leaders of the region.

J&K BJP chief Ravinder Raina has said that he was a brave worker of BJP. She got martyrdom for Mother India and her sacrifice will not go in vain. Cowardly Pakistanis will have to pay a heavy price for their sins, each of them will be neutralized.

– Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said that this dastardly act of terrorists will not undermine nationalist passion and passion in any way. History is witness that whenever such devilish things have happened, humanity has emerged stronger and stronger.

-BJP chief JP Nadda said that terrorists killed three leaders, including district BJP Yuva Morcha general secretary Fida Hussain, in a Kairana attack in Kulgam in Jammu and Kashmir. The loss of such national devotees is a big loss for the country. The whole society is with the suffering families. These sacrifices will not go in vain.

-Jammu and Kashmir BJP said in the tweet, “This inferior act reflects the frustration of terrorists.” May God give peace to departed souls and give strength to their families to bear this sorrow. Our heartfelt condolences are with their families. ”



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