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Sunday, February 17, 2019

Indian people in UAE joins against Pulwama terror attack

The Indian people group in the UAE assembled in huge numbers at the international safe haven in Abu Dhabi and the office in Dubai to express compassion and solidarity with the groups of CRPF  slaughtered in the fear based oppressor strike in Pulwama on February 14.

International news : They paid candlelight tribute to the jawans martyred in Pulwama and pledged to stay joined even with fear. Talking at the sympathy meeting in Abu Dhabi, Ambassador Navdeep Suri stated, "Our Prime Minister [Narendra Modi] represented we all when he said that the country's blood is heating up; the dread outfits and their lords have committed a major error and will pay an overwhelming cost." 

He said the universal network has communicated solid help for India, and the UAE was among the main nations to express solidarity with India on February 14 itself. "The US has explicitly named Jaish-e-Mohammed and requested that Pakistan end its help to psychological militant places of refuge inside the nation," he said. 

Forty Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) work force were killed in Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday when a Jaish-e-Mohammed suicide plane slammed a vehicle persisting 100 kg of explosives into their transport in Pulwama area. Minister Suri said the whole country stands joined "behind our legislature and security powers", a reality that was reflected in the announcements of resistance parties and in the all-party articulations after the assault. 

"In the meantime, it is essential that we are cautious about spurred gossipy tidbits that are being flowed on WhatsApp and other internet based life stages with the goal of setting one Indian against another," Ambassador Suri said. He called attention to that the CRPF itself has needed to issue a notice on Sunday against falling for such gossipy tidbits. India's Consul General in Dubai, Vipul, drove a sympathy meeting in the Consulate on Sunday in which many Indians met up to pay reverence to the valiant fighters who lost their lives in the appalling fear monger assault. 

"There is a great deal of annoyance and anguish in all segments of the Indian people group against this fear monger assault. The people group communicated solidarity with our security powers and their families and set out to stand undauntedly against fear mongering and the individuals who execute it," he said. 

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