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Nagrota attack: Terror will never deter India from path of peace, says Rahul Gandhi

Seven defence personnel lost their lives in the attack

ANI  |  New Delhi 

Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday condemned the attack on an Army base camp in Jammu and Kashmir's Nargrota town, saying that the terror will never deter India from its path of peace and progress. "Strongly condemn the attack on Nagrota army camp.Terror will never deter us from our path of peace and progress.We owe this to our brave martyrs," Gandhi said in a tweet. Meanwhile, coming down heavily on the Centre, former chief minister Omar Abdullah asserted that regardless of what the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) said, Pakistan is no more isolated ...

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Nagrota attack: Terror will never deter India from path of peace, says Rahul Gandhi

Seven defence personnel lost their lives in the attack

Seven defence personnel lost their lives in the attack Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday condemned the attack on an Army base camp in Jammu and Kashmir's Nargrota town, saying that the terror will never deter India from its path of peace and progress. "Strongly condemn the attack on Nagrota army camp.Terror will never deter us from our path of peace and progress.We owe this to our brave martyrs," Gandhi said in a tweet. Meanwhile, coming down heavily on the Centre, former chief minister Omar Abdullah asserted that regardless of what the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) said, Pakistan is no more isolated ... image
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Nagrota attack: Terror will never deter India from path of peace, says Rahul Gandhi

Seven defence personnel lost their lives in the attack

Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday condemned the attack on an Army base camp in Jammu and Kashmir's Nargrota town, saying that the terror will never deter India from its path of peace and progress. "Strongly condemn the attack on Nagrota army camp.Terror will never deter us from our path of peace and progress.We owe this to our brave martyrs," Gandhi said in a tweet. Meanwhile, coming down heavily on the Centre, former chief minister Omar Abdullah asserted that regardless of what the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) said, Pakistan is no more isolated ...

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