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Sham, Manjit, others meet cross border firing victims

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JAMMU: Former Minister and Senior Vice President JKPCC, Sham Lal Sharma visited Government Medical College, Jammu to enquire about the well being of those sustained injuries due to unprovoked firing by the Pakistan.
Sharma asked Medical Superintendent GMC to provide best medicare facilities to the victims. He interacted with the injured and wished them speedy recovery.
While interacting with the firing victims, Sham expressed grave concern over the unprovoked firing by Pakistan which has done irreparable lose to the lives and properties of the border residents.
Expressing sympathy with the bereaved families, Sharma hoped that good sense will prevail upon Pakistan and will understand the gravity of situation and will take immediate remedial steps to deescalate the situation so that peace, tranquility and normalcy is restored.
JKPCC General Secretary Manjit Singh lambasted the State Coalition Government which has failed to provide better medicare treatment to the border firing affected people.
During his visit to Government Medical College and Hospital, Singh met injured and stressed upon the hospital authorities to provide better medicare facilities to the firing victims. He said “I was shock to see the miserable condition of hospital and the Disaster Management Ward of the GMC Jammu has been totally collapsed as there is no proper arrangement for the treatment of injured people of border firing.” He observed that the state government has been failed on all fronts.
Expressing grief and sorrow over the killings of civilians in the ongoing cross-border firing in Jammu province, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) leaders called for restoring peace on the International Border (IB) and Line of Control (LoC) to protect lives, livestock and properties of civilians.
PDP leaders interacted with the injured persons and directed the hospital authorities to provide best medicare facilities to the patients.
PDP leader Ved Mahajan said that peace is imperative for progress and growth of any region. He called for maintaining sanctity of ceasefire at any cost. Ved Mahajan was accompanied by Mahila Wing President, Vijaya Dogra, former minister, Choudhary Garu Ram, Sukhvinder Singh and Satpal Singh Charak, Kissan Cell President.

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