Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah has strongly condemned the killing of innocent civilians in the shelling from across the border in Arnia sector of Jammu district. He said that resorting to shelling on civilian and that too on the occasion of holy Eid is even more shocking. He expressed his solidarity with border people and assured the support of his government.
The Chief Minister who did not celebrate Eid festivity in the mark of respect to the human lives last in devastating flood and huge losses caused to the residential houses, public infrastructure and other property affecting of people, offered at Hazratbal this morning and flew Jammu to meet the bereaved families in the shelling from across the border.
The Chief Minister visited the bereaved families in Arnia, attended the last rights of the deceased in the shelling and met the injured in Govt Medical College, Jammu to enquire their health condition. He directed the hospital administration to provide all sorts of medical treatment to the injured.
The Chief Minister prayed for peace to the departed souls and early recovery to the injured. He was accompanied by Minister for Planning and Development, Ajay Sadhotra.