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Terror victims? death mourned

A MEETING was held today at Gurudwara Guru Nanak Tekri, Idgah Hills, to mourn the death of innocent villagers in the terrorist attacks in Doda and Udhampur districts of Jammu and Kashmir yesterday. The Sikh community offered ardas and prayed to the Almighty to enable the kin of those killed the courage to bear the loss.

india Updated: May 03, 2006 15:21 IST

A MEETING was held today at Gurudwara Guru Nanak Tekri, Idgah Hills, to mourn the death of innocent villagers in the terrorist attacks in Doda and Udhampur districts of Jammu and Kashmir yesterday. The Sikh community offered ardas and prayed to the Almighty to enable the kin of those killed the courage to bear the loss.

The meeting was attended by among others Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee president Gyani Dalip Singh, Bhai Rajendra Singh Ahuja, Tarlochan Singh Chawla, Guruvachan Singh, Sukhdarshan Kaur.

Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) today burnt an effigy of terrorism at Bhawani Chowk to protest the massacre in Doda district.

Meanwhile, Bajrang Dal  workers burnt an effigy of terrorism at Bairagarh on Tuesday to protest against Kulhan massacre. The Dal activists raised slogans against the incident led by coordinator Ballu Rathore.

Condemning the incident, Rathore said the terrorist outfit was killing innocent Hindus in the valley and Pakistan is behind. Among others present on the occasion were Bajrang Dal, department co-ordinator Rajendra Gupta, Sunil Rajak, Naresh Rajak, Pramod Negi, Pradeep Vishwas, Sonu Mehra, Yogesh Saggi, Sonu Chandani, Shyam, Mojiram Patel, Heeralal Yadav, Hemant Motwani, Ajit Gyani and Yogendra.

Addressing the gathering, Bajrang Dal leaders said the Union Government that was unable to ensure protection of Hindus should be dissolved immediately and President’s rule should be imposed in the country. They demanded compensation of Rs 5 lakh each and a job for the families of the deceased.