Mail News Service
Jamshedpur: A candle march was organized at Jamshedpur block office on Saturday to pay tributes to the martyred CRPF jawans killed in terrorist attack in Pulwama, Kashmir. It was taken out under the leadership of the Up Pramukh Afzal Akhtar and Mukhiya Sangh president Neeraj Singh Sardar. A large number of people were present on this occasion. They remembered the jawans as brave souls who sacrificed themselves for the country and observed silence for two minutes in their honour.
Akhtar said the Pakistan government and its military and terrorist organizations need to be taught a lesson of their lifetime. Terrorism should be dealt with in a stringent manner and no mercy should be shown to terrorists, he said.
The officers in-charge of Birsanagar, MGM and Govindpur police station were present along with the BDO of Jamshedpur.