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Sacrifice of CRPF jawans killed in terror attack will not go in vain: J&K LG

IndiaTimes Monday, 5 October 2020
In his message, the lieutenant governor said the government is determined and committed to foil the designs of those who want to disrupt peace and derail the development of Jammu and Kashmir through such a terror attack. "The sacrifices of our CRPF personnel will not go in vain. I assure the people of Jammu and Kashmir and family members of our brave security personnel that we will punish the perpetrators of such terror attacks," Sinha said.
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