Army personnel deployed in Jammu and Kashmir (File)
Terming the news of the martyrdom of Sepoy Harpreet Singh wrong, the Indian Army has said that he is currently effectively deployed in his unit. The Indian Army said, in the recent past, it has been observed that some social media accounts are engaged in spreading misinformation about the ongoing anti-terrorist operations in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir. This statement of the army has come after spreading false news of martyrdom of soldiers on social media in the valley.
In recent days, terrorists have attacked soldiers as well as civilians in Jammu and Kashmir. According to the information received by the agencies, terrorist organizations backed by Pakistani intelligence agency ISI want to disturb the peace in the valley and want to create panic and tension among the people.
What was the disclosure of the propaganda by the army
The army said in its statement that it was claimed on a social media account about Harpreet that Indian Army constable Harpreet Singh was martyred in the terrorist attack. The government is a lie. It was said on behalf of the Indian Army that this claim is nothing but propaganda made by novices.
Army said, Sepoy Harpreet Singh is performing his duties in his unit very effectively and he is absolutely fit. The Army pointed out that unlike the Indian Army, the Pakistani Army, as has been proven in previous operations, not only refused to acknowledge the deaths of its soldiers in the attacks, but also refused to accept their remains. .
Demonstration against Pakistan in the Valley
Several political, social and religious organizations protested against Pakistan here on Monday against the recent killing of civilians by terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir. Various organizations including BJP’s youth wing, Shiv Sena, Dogra Front, Jagti Front and Bajrang Dal staged demonstrations in different parts of Jammu. So far 11 civilians have been killed by terrorists in the Valley this month. Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) demonstrated against Pakistan for supporting and promoting terrorism in India.
fear of outsiders
After the continuous killing of outsiders in Kashmir, the fear of death has started haunting the migrant workers. People are in awe since 5 non-locals were killed by terrorists this month. Laborers from many parts of the country come to the valley every year to work as skilled and unskilled workers and artisans in jobs such as masonry, carpentry, welding and farming, and return home before the onset of winter in November. go away. But this time they have started returning home before time.
Militants carried out five killings on Saturday in Jammu and Kashmir’s Srinagar and Pulwama districts and two non-locals were among those killed. Among them were Arvind Kumar Sah of Bihar and Sagir Ahmed of Saharanpur.
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