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Teach Pak a lesson in its own language: Manjit Singh asks GoI

‘Demands relief for affected families, insurance of border people-their cattles’

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Vijaypur , 21 Oct 2013

Sending a strong message, former Minister and senior Congress leader Manjit Singh today appealed Government of India (GoI) to give reply to Pakistan in its own language which it understands.Singh has given this statement in the back drop of repeated unprovoked firing by the Pak Rangers all along the International Border (IB).During his visit to S.M. Pur, Jasso Chak, Bambu Chak, Dug Channi, and Jerda, Singh interacted with the affected families who have migrated from their respective villages and also visited all the above send villages.The former Congress Minister in his address said that the Government of India should take the matter of unprovoked firing by Pak Rangers on IB seriously and lodged a strong protest against them.

If they did not understand the concern of Indian, then he said they should teach Pakistan a lesson which it understands.

“Atleast three to four cattles have been killed and it has badly hit the education of the children and daily life of the border people,” he said, adding that the border people were those who were refugees.These people have been continuously facing the unwanted behavior and have always become the victim of unprovoked firing.He further demanded that GoI should form a contingency plan for the affected border people and it should also do insurance of the cattles and border people. He again demanded relief for the people living along IB. Referring to the migration of the families, he said, that they have been putting up in a community hall in Ramgarh and they should be given a relief. Those who were present during the meeting’s include S. Ghar Singh, Ex Corp. Ch. Chuda Ram, S. Nanak Singh, Ch. Wrayam Singh, Billu Choudhary, Gurcharan Singh , Bittu, Deepak Choudhary, Soni and others.


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