#SurgicalStrike: Dead soldiers’ widows from Bihar admire Army strike, say India done the right thing
PATNA: The widows of soldiers killed in Uri terrorist attack today hailed the Indian Army for the surgical strikes on terrorist camps in Pakistan-Occupied-Kashmir, killing scores of terrorists.
The “happiness” returned to them barely a fortnight within the Pak-backed terrorists struck an army base at Uri in Kashmir, leaving a total of 18 soldiers dead.
“The news is very pleasing, it has applied balm on my wounds although this can’t be healed,” said Kiran Kumari, wife of Sunil Kumar Vidyarthi from Gaya, one of the soldiers killed in terrorist attack.
She, however, appealed to the soldiers to target only the terrorists and spare the common Pakistan citizens. “They (Pakistani citizens) are like us,” she said.
Another widow Sangeeta Devi, wife of martyred soldier Ashok Kumar Singh from Bhojpur, too expressed happiness over the military operation in PoK but said this must have been carried out 10 days back.
“Even though belated but I am happy that the government has avenged the martyrdom of Indian soldiers. The operation must be continued until the last terrorist is killed,” she said, asking the government to teach a lesson to the Pakistan Army as well.
Another widow Kiran Devi, wife of Rakesh Kumar Singh from Kaimur who too died fighting the terrorists, sought for even bigger military operation to wipe out the terrorist camps and thanked the Prime Minister for his bold act.
“The moment we heard of surgical strike by Indian Army, we switched on our TV set and sat before it to know every little development. We are very happy today,” she said.
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