AP Extends Ex-Gratia to the Bereaved Families in Pulwama Attack

Cash-Strapped-Chandrababu-Naidu-Loses-A-Weapon-Before-ElectionsAndhra Pradesh Government has become the First State Government down the South to come forward to help the Victims of the dastardly Terror Attack of CRPF Jawans in Pulawama. The Government has announced Five Lakh Ex-Gratia to the families of the Victims and announced that we standby the bereaved families.

The State Government also extended its complete co-operation to the Government of India in whatever steps takes to weed out the Terrorism. On the other side, the All-Party Meeting which happened in Delhi a little while ago under Union Home Minister Rajnadh Singh passed a Unanimous Resolution – ‘we stand united in solidarity with our security forces in fighting terrorism and in defending the unity and integrity of India’.

Pulwama Attack is the Biggest Terror Attack in India in the last five years. 49 Jawans have lost their lives when a Terrorist used a vehicle packed with explosives to ram a convoy of 78 buses carrying Indian security forces on the heavily guarded Srinagar-Jammu highway about 20km (12 miles) from the capital, Srinagar.

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