US Pulwama condemns terrorist attack, refuses to give support to Pakistan from terrorists

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US Pulwama condemns terrorist attack, refuses to give support to Pakistan from terrorists

In a press release, the US State Department said that he condemns the terrorist attack on the Indian CRPF convoy and has asked Pakistan to refuse to support terrorist groups to "carry out their responsibilities"



Not only the US, but many other countries have condemned the heinous assault, in which 41 more paramilitary forces have been killed and many have been injured.

The United States has condemned the terrorist attack that killed at least 41 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) jawans in Pulwama of Jammu and Kashmir.

In a press release, the US State Department said that he condemns the terrorist attack on the Indian CRPF convoy and has asked Pakistan to refuse to support terrorist groups to "carry out their responsibilities"

He said, "America condemned the terrorist attack on a convoy of CRPF in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir and we express deep condolences to the victims and their families and wish for the immediate health benefits of those wounded. . "

It has been said in the statement that "the United Nations named, Pakistan-based terrorist group Jaish-e-Mohammad has claimed responsibility for this heinous act. We ask all countries to comply with the UN Security Council resolutions. Support them for safe havens and support terrorists.".

On Thursday, at least 41 CRPF paramilitary personnel were killed in terror attacks, while many others were battling for their lives. It is being called the most deadly terrorist attack in Kashmir for three decades of insurgency.

Unfortunate incidents took place after the explosion-laden SUV in a bus in CRPF convoy in Avantipora city of Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir. The bus, which was a part of the convoy, was passing through Gundipura when it was attacked.

Jem identified the suicide bomber responsible for the attack as Adil Ahmed Dar and immediately released a video of the attack. It was reportedly part of the Pakistan-based terrorist group since 2018.

At present, the situation in the valley remains tense because all the police convoys have stopped and an NIA team will be sent to Kashmir soon. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has canceled all his political programs and has presided over a Cabinet Committee on Securities Meetings in Delhi.

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