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Patna: The last rites of the two slain CRPF jawans from Bihar Sanjay Kumar Sinha and Ratan Kumar Thakur were performed on Saturday evening with full state honors at the banks of Ganges in Patna and in Bhagalpur districts.
Patna: With the entire nation still shocked and grieving by the latest act of terrorism on the Indian soil by a Pakistan-sponsored terrorist outfit, the demand for revenge continued to grow louder as angry men and women of all ages in Patna on Saturday formed miles long human chain in honor of the fallen soldiers while also demanding stern retaliatory actions against Pakistan, the key sponsor of terrorism in the Indian subcontinent region.
Patna: Expressing his grief over the death of 49 CRPF jawans in Pulwama in Jammu & Kashmir who perished in the hands of a Pakistan-sponsored suicide bomber last Thursday, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Saturday condemned the latest act of terrorism on the Indian soil saying the nation must give a befitting reply to those promoting such heinous acts so the sacrifices of the martyrs don’t go in vain.
Patna: Reacting angrily and understandably so, thousands of people representing various organizations took to the streets of Patna on Friday to demand revenge against Pakistan following the terrorist attack in Pulwama in Jammu & Kashmir last Thursday that left at least 49 CRPF jawans left and scores injured.