The earliest victim of Pakistani brutality, a delegation of West Pakistani Refugees has met Indian officials to demand strict action against Pakistan for invoking bloody attack on Uri district of Kashmir and causing martyrdom of 18 Indian soldiers.
The delegation was led by Labha Ram Gandhi. Gandhi told Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER) Dr Jitendra Singh that they the earliest victims of Pakistani resentment towards India since the time of partition. They have suffered injustice from 65 years and have been fighting for their human rights. They feel extremely distressed by the loss of Indian brave hearts.
Dr Jitendra Singh assured them that the Government of India would decide a befitting reply to Pakistan in the best interest of the nation. Referring to HM Rajnath Singh’s statement, Singh also said that the MHA has appointed a Nodal Officer to exclusively coordinate with the refugee community for redressal of their daily issues.