Sunjwan Army camp attack: Azad meets injured at hospital

Jammu: Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha (MP) and Former Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad today visited Army Hospital to enquired about the condition of those injured in today’s attack at Sunjwan Army camp.
Azad met all the injured and wished them a speedy recovery. He also interacted with the doctors and enquired about their condition and assured all support in the treatment of the injured.
Senior Congress leader Sham Lal Sharma, Nawang Rigzin Jora, Ghulam Mohammad Saroori and others accompanied Azad.
Azad has also strongly condemned the dastardly act of Fidayeen who attacked the army camp at Sunjwan yesterday morning resulting in martyrdom of two brave Army men and injuries to others including family members of Army personnel.
In a strong worded statement, Azad termed it a barbaric act. He said the terrorists have acted in a cowardice way and attacked the families of soldiers and children who were innocent.
Senior Congress leader said people from all shades of opinion have condemned this barbaric act and by these cowardice acts the terrorist can’t achieve anything as India is strong enough to frustrate the designs of forces inimical to it. (KNS)

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