Pulwama martyr’s village in Karnataka hails IAF attack on Pakistan

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Bengaluru: Village of H Guru who was slain in Pulwama attack on 14 February celebrates the Indian Air Force’s air strikes in Pakistan, in which large number of terrorists and trainers of Jaish-e-Mohammed were reportedly killed yesterday.

Chanting ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ and ‘Shahid Guru Amar Rahe‘, the villagers of Gudigere in Mandya district, Karnataka, took out a march and unfurled a tricolour atop Guru’s house as a mark of respect.

“I salute the Indian armed forces. I am happy with this action. I feel that this action will give peace to the martyred soldiers. I am proud of my Indian armed forces,” said Guru’s wife Kalavathi. 

Honnaiah, the martyr’s father, said that no more chance for peace would be given to the anti-India forces and that they should be completely destroyed.

“They should tremble with fear or else, they should be wiped out. They have no idea about the citizens of India. We have been insisting on peace but peace is not a solution anymore. They have to be completely destroyed. My son will rest in peace only if they are wiped out entirely,” Honnaiah added.

The Indian Air Force fighter jets carried out surgical strikes in Pakistan at around 3.30 am yesterday as a major crackdown against terrorism in retaliation to the Pulwama terror attack on 14 February in which 40 CRPF personnel were killed.

NT Bureau