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Pulwama attack mermorial inaugurated at Lethpora camp on 14th february

Pulwama attack mermorial inaugurated at Lethpora camp:

Pulwama attack memory
14th February 2020 was the anniversary of Pulwama attack which snatched the lives of 40 CRPF ( Central Reserve Police Force) on this day in 2019.  A memorial of this attack was inaugurated at the Lethpora camp on 14th February 2020.

Key points

The names of the jawans were inscripted on the memorial . The named stones were also scribed the motto of the CRPF which is – “ Seva and Nishta” means Service and loyalty. In 2019 on this day a terrorist named Adeel ahmed Dar who was associated with Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist group attacked a convoy of CRPFs  by driving a car which was filled with explosives and killed 40 CRPF jawans instantly


The terrorist group which took the liability of this attack was ‘ Jaish –e-Mohammed’ . This group generally operates from the territory of Pakistan as was informed by the investigating agencies of INDIA.  In reply to that attack the IAF ( Indian Air Force) conducted surgical strikes in balakot on 26th February 2020 and demolished many terrorist tents within some hours . The IAF major Abhinandan Vartaman was unfortunately compelled to land on Pakistan territory by parachute as his aircraft was also hit. Later, under the compulsion which was made by United Nations security council, Pakistan returned Abhinandan Vartaman to India .
Before the Loksabha election, 2019, this counter attack to the terrorists gave an extra USP to the then union government. Later the people of India showed their faith on the then govt. on ballot box also. 

Security level impact

 As a consequences of the same, the Union Home ministry allowed the CRPF jawans to be  transited using aerial route.  The Jammu and Kashmir Government govt. banned private vehicles to facilitate the movement of the troops. That means, during the transit of the troops, no private vehicles were allowed on the road until the normalcy restored.

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