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'India should continue pre-emptive attacks and snap sports links with Pakistan'


IANS Chennai
India has done the right thing by striking against the JeM's biggest training camp at Balakot in Pakistan and should continue to do so, the father of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) trooper C. Sivachandran, who lost his life in the Pulwama terror attack, said on Tuesday.
"India has done the right thing. And it should continue to do so. India should stop playing cricket and other games with Pakistan," Sivachandran's father, Chinnaiyan, told IANS.
"They should also know and feel the pain caused by the death of a loved one. They should not be allowed to sleep. Such pre-emptive attacks should continue," he added.
"Perhaps such pre-emptive attacks could have been done earlier than the Pulwama attack that took away my son," he said.
"The government should take measures so that another Pulwama attack does not happen resulting the loss of several lives. I lost my younger brother in the attack," G. Krishnasamy, whose brother, G. Subramanian, died in the attack, told IANS.
"I wish nobody losses their loved ones in terror attacks," he added.

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First Published: Feb 26 2019 | 4:52 PM IST

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