Condemning Uri Attack, Over 1,000 Students Write Letters To Army


SHIRDI: Over 1,000 students of junior college in Shirdi have composed postcards, to be conveyed to the Indian Army, condemning the recent Uri terror attack in Kashmir in which 18 security personnel were killed.

Around 1,350 students of Shri Saibaba Junior College have condemned the attack and paid tributes to the killed work force in the postcards, essential Vikas Shivgaje told Media .

The school is run by Shri Saibaba Sansthan Trust. One of the student Sidhheshwar Ranmale, kept in touch with"I salute those killed in the cowardly attack and who sacrificed their lives to save ours. Those who perpetrated the attack should be punished."

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Another student Shabnam Sheik, said she was pained by the attack on the army base.Pratikshya Thorat wrote that as the jawans were protecting the country's borders, the residents were living safely.

The postcards will be sent to the General Officer Commanding of the Army's Northern Command, Shivgaje included.

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