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Recent terror acts sign of enemy’s desperation: J&K LG

IndiaTimes Sunday, 23 June 2024
J&K LG Manoj Sinha stated that terrorism is on its last breath, attributing recent terror acts to Pakistan's desperation. He emphasized the need to eliminate terrorism and urged recruits to neutralize terror threats.
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Manoj Sinha Manoj Sinha 2nd Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir

J&K Reasi Bus Terror Attack: 9 Killed, 37 Injured| LG Manoj Sinha Meets The Injured Pilgrims| Video [Video]

J&K Reasi Bus Terror Attack: 9 Killed, 37 Injured| LG Manoj Sinha Meets The Injured Pilgrims| Video

In the aftermath of the Reasi terror attack, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha visited the injured pilgrims, providing them with comfort and support. The attack, which occurred on Sunday, involved terrorists opening fire on a bus carrying pilgrims, resulting in the bus veering off the road and falling into a deep gorge. Tragically, nine lives were lost and 37 others were injured in the incident. Sinha revealed that the bus driver was specifically targeted by the terrorists. In response, the police, CRPF, and army have launched a hunt operation to apprehend the perpetrators. To support the victims' families, Sinha announced financial assistance of Rs 10 lakhs to the families of the deceased and Rs 50,000 to the injured. #ReasiAttack #JammuAndKashmir #ReasiBusAttack #J&KAttack #ManojSinha #Pilgrims #BusAttack #InjuredPilgrims #Tragedy #SecurityForces #CRPF #IndianArmy #Condolences #FinancialAid #BreakingNews ~PR.152~ED.194~GR.121~HT.96~

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Pakistan Pakistan Country in South Asia

Three people killed in shooting at peace rally in Pakistan [Video]

Three people killed in shooting at peace rally in Pakistan

Locals in Bannu, including civil society or social groups, traders, and political parties, took part in the demonstration after eight soldiers were killed last week in a terrorist attack in the region.

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Bangladesh Protest: Protesters Set State TV HQ On Fire, Internet Shut; Over 32 Dead|Oneindia [Video]

Bangladesh Protest: Protesters Set State TV HQ On Fire, Internet Shut; Over 32 Dead|Oneindia

Protesting students in Bangladesh set the country's state broadcaster ablaze on Thursday, a day after Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina appeared on the network seeking to calm the escalating clashes that have killed at least 32 people and left over 2,500 injured. University students in Dhaka and other cities have been holding rallies for more than a week protesting the system of reservation in public sector jobs, including that for the relatives of war heroes, who fought for the country's independence from Pakistan in 1971. #Bangladesh #Dhaka #SheikhHasina #BangladeshProtest #ONEINDIA #ONEINDIANEWS ~HT.178~ED.101~GR.344~

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Bannu Cantt in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa attacked with explosives, 12 Pak Soldiers Killed [Video]

Bannu Cantt in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa attacked with explosives, 12 Pak Soldiers Killed

The Bannu military cantonment in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, located over 330 km east of Islamabad, came under a severe attack early on Monday (July 15). The assault, reportedly led by several suicide bombers, resulted in a prolonged gunbattle with security forces. The militant group Jaish Fursan-e-Muhammad, a faction of the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) led by Hafiz Gul Bahadur, claimed responsibility for the attack. According to Pakistani state media, the incident began when the assailants attempted to breach the cantonment’s security perimeter with an explosive-laden vehicle. #BannuCantonment #PakistanAttack #KhyberPakhtunkhwa #Terrorism #PakistaniSoldiers #ExplosiveAttack #SecurityThreat #TTP #JaishFursan-e-Muhammad #MilitaryCasualties #TerroristIncident #SecurityForces #PakistaniArmy #NationalSecurity #CurrentEvents ~PR.152~ED.103~HT.334~

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Big Blow to Jailed Imran Khan! Shehbaz Sharif’s Government Set to Ban ex-PM’s PTI Party [Video]

Big Blow to Jailed Imran Khan! Shehbaz Sharif’s Government Set to Ban ex-PM’s PTI Party

The Shehbaz Sharif-led government in Pakistan has decided to ban the jailed former Prime Minister Imran Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party, the country's Information Minister announced on Monday. The PTI is Pakistan's largest opposition party. Attaullah Tarar, the Pakistani Minister for Information and Broadcasting, announced in a press conference that the decision to ban the PTI was made due to alleged anti-state activities. The case will be referred to the Supreme Court, according to Pakistani media. #ImranKhan #PTIBan #ImranKhanPartyBan #PTIBanNews #ShehbazSharif #PakistanPolitics #PTI #PoliticalCrisis #PakistaniGovernment #ImranKhanJailed #PMLN #SupremeCourt #PoliticalTurmoil #PakistanNews #OppositionParty #PakistaniPolitics #PTIUnderFire ~HT.97~PR.152~ED.194~

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