Omar Condemns Uri Attack, Asks Why Army Jawan Is Taken for Granted
Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Sunday condemned the terror attack on an army base in Uri and said better facilities including “fire retardant” tents should be given to the soldiers after it came to light that at least 13 jawans died due to their tents catching fire.
The National Conference working president also criticised the “fancy” facilities for the Army officers while the jawans were being taken for granted.
Omar prayed for peace to the souls of the jawans killed in the attack on the army base in Uri area of Baramulla district. He strongly condemned the attack and expressed solidarity with the families of the martyred jawans, extending heartfelt condolences to them.
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