1. ’50 Pakistani heads’ and more: What kin of mutilated Indian soldiers want from PM Narendra Modi

’50 Pakistani heads’ and more: What kin of mutilated Indian soldiers want from PM Narendra Modi

In another barbaric attack on Monday, Pakistani Army's Border Action Team (BAT) ambushed and mutilated bodies of two Indian soldiers at Krishna Ghati sector along the LOC in Kashmir.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: May 2, 2017 2:09 PM
indian soldiers mutilated, paramjeet singh, paramjit singh, param jeet singh, prem sagar, martyrs family, pakistan bat attack, bat pakistan, kashmir attack, krishna basin sector Relatives and friends comfort the wife of late Indian soldier Naib Subedar Paramjit Singh at Vein Poin village, 42 km (26 miles) south Amritsar on Tuesday, May 2, 2017. Two Indian soldiers were killed and their bodies mutilated Monday in an ambush by Pakistani soldiers along the LOC. (AP Photo)

In another barbaric attack on Monday, Pakistani Army’s Border Action Team (BAT) ambushed and mutilated bodies of two Indian soldiers at Krishna Ghati sector along the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir. The deceased Indian soldiers were Naib Subedar Paramjit Singh of 22 Sikh Infantry and Head Constable Prem Sagar of 200th Battalion of BSF.

The cowardly action by Pakistani Army has enraged entire India and most of the citizens, including the kin of martyred soldiers, want Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take strong action against Pakistan to teach the latter a fresh lesson. In September last year, India had launched surgical strikes on terror camps in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, reportedly killing over 40 terrorists and destroying the terror launchpads.

While mourning the death of two soldiers in Monday’s attack by Pakistan, their kin, as well as of soldiers whose bodies were mutilated by Pakistan earlier, demanded Modi government and the Indian Army to avenge it.

BSF head constable Prem Sagar’s daughter, Saroj, sought retribution for the supreme sacrifice of her father. “Got no information from the administration about his death. Want 50 heads for his sacrifice,” Saroj told ANI even as her family was mourning the demise of Sagar.

Mother of Lance Naik Hemraj, whose body was mutilated by Pakistani Army in 2013, also vent her anger following Monday’s attack, asking for a “decisive war” against Pakistan. “When my son’s body was mutilated, the government said 10 heads will be brought for 1. It’s time for decisive war,” she told ANI.

“The government must take stern action against Pakistan. They have not fulfilled any of the promises made to the martyr’s family till now,” she added. Brother of Hemraj said the situation was very upsetting and India must respond to atrocities carried out by Pakistan. “It is a very sad situation, the way our soldiers are losing their lives and the government is not taking any action in this regard. The centre should take stern action against Pakistan so that such incidents are not repeated in future,” he told ANI.

“Under Modi government, almost every day one soldier is losing their lives. The government is not at all concerned about the people. They don’t have any solid strategy to tackle this kind of situation,” said another relative of Hemraj.

Simrandeep, daughter of Paramjit Singh, whose body was mutilated by Pak Army, said, “My father got martyred for the country, proud of him.” Paramjit’s brother said that the soldier had recently got his house constructed and planned to shift. “Instead of him, now his body will enter into house,” he told ANI. The kin of the martyrs want an end to India-Pakistan conflict and want the government to take some decisive action in this regard.

Mortal remains of Paramjit Singh was brought to his home in Tarn Taran, Punjab by helicopter. Family of Prem Sagar mourned the death of the soldier at his native place in Deoria, Uttar Pradesh. His body was irst brought to Palam in Delhi. Not just the kin of the martyrs, relatives, and local neighbours of the two soldiers in Tarn Taran and Deoria also demanded action immediate action against Pakistan and raised anti-Pakistan slogans.

(With ANI inputs)

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