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Protest against Pulwama terror attack by district BJP


Team Udayavani, Feb 18, 2019, 11:05 AM IST

Mangaluru: A protest condemning the terror attack at Pulwama which claimed the lives of 40 CRPF personnel was staged at DC office in the city by the district BJP on Monday February 18th.  

Speaking on the occasion MP Nalin Kumar Kateel said, “Our country has retaliated when there was attack in the north east and during the Uri attack. We should retaliate in a strong manner as an answer to the attack at Pulwama. There were several attacks during the former central government and terrorists had entered Mumbai, Bangaluru and many other places in the country and executed the attacks. During the tenure of Modi, there was not a single attack in the prime locations of the country. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will take stern action against the attack.”

MLA Umanath Kotian spoke and said “Entire country has shown the solidarity with the army after the terror attack at Pulwama. This is an unfortunate incident that claimed 44 CRPF personnels in the terror attack. We should strengthen our Prime Minister Narendra Modi in taking stern action against the attack. Even the traitors, who are in this country and who stand in favour of the terrorists need to be knocked out.”

Puttur MLA Sanjeev Matandoor said, “Every individual in this country has come together in solidarity in favour of the army. There are cries all over the country demanding retaliation for the attack. We need to join hands with Narendra Modi to take action against the attack.”

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