Azad condemns Doda grenade attack
Jammu, May 13 (UNI) Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad has expressed his deep anguish on the grenade attack by militants on innocent people at Doda today in which two BJP workers died and several others were injured.
In a statement, the Chief Minister expressed his sympathies with the kith and kin of the deceased. He said militants even after their complete rejection by the people were passing through a phase of frustration.
''Their days are now numbered and they are feeling complete isolation. Today's attack is the indication of utter frustration of these elements as people of Doda have already exhibited their determination to maintain communal harmony and brotherhood, he said.
The Chief Minister said no force on earth could be allowed to succeed in dividing people on communal lines.
Mr Azad said the people's wrath against militants was increasing day by day and this would definitely result in the complete isolation of cult of violence.
The Chief Minister also directed hospital authorities to take full care of all the injured and provide best possible treatment for their early recovery.
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