SHUDH Parkash Singh Chairman of INOC has condemned the attack on India in URI by Pakistan trained soldiers and stated, “My heart goes out to the families and children of our soldiers. They bombed our army camps, now government must give a befitting reply by bombing terrorist camps.”
LAVIKA BHAGAT Singh lambasted the soft and sweet attitude of Mr. Modi towards his counter part. We would support the Prime Minister for any action he decides to take against against this heinous crime.
Kalathil Varghese said that India should act firmly against any attacks against it and retaliate using all resources in its control (military, diplomacy and International good will) to corner Pakistan.
Rajender Dichpally, general secretary of the Indian National Overseas Congress (I) released a statement condemning attack on Indian soldiers. “It’s an act of cowardice”, he said.
We had more than 100 members of our organization protested in front of Pakistan Consulate under leadership of Shudh Ji,when they killed SARABJIT Singh. This time we will stage a bigger protest if no firm action is taken against the terrorists, said Phuman Singh, senior Vice President.
“We are all together and united in fight against terrorism”, SHER MADRA President of Haryana Chapter added. Tit for tats is the only way Pakistan will listen. Diplomacy will not work with Pakistan, commented
RAVI Chopra, Senior Vice President of INOC (I) USA. The Indian National Overseas Congress has condemned the attack against India and has urged the US Government to stop all aid and support to Pakistan till it completely stops aiding terrorist camps in Pakistan.
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