Rich tributes were paid to Shaheed Shabir Ahmad Bhat who was abducted by terrorists and lost his life to them in Pulwama.
A “Shradhanjali Karyakram” was organized by the Bharatiya Janata Party Jammu & Kashmir, in which floral tributes were paid to the martyr, while remembering his important contributions towards the society.
Former Dy. Chief Minister Kavinder Gupta, BJP State Vice-President Rajeev Charak, State General Secretary Dr. Narinder Singh and other senior leaders expressed their deep sorrow and anguish over the incident.
Kavinder Gupta, while paying tributes to the martyred BJP leader from Pulwama, expressed his deep pain over the incident.
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#SpeakUp || J&K BJP holds “Shraddhanjali Sabha” at party headquarters, to pray for the soul of BJP leader Shabir Ahmad Bhat, who was killed today in Pulwama terrorist attack.
Posted by SpeakUp on Wednesday, August 22, 2018
He said that as the terrorism is inching towards its death in the valley, the desperate propagators of terrorism from across the border are turning towards the ghastly act.
He said that the terrorists have no sympathy to any religion and are loyal to none.
He said that the ghastly act of militants on such an auspicious occasion speaks of the absolute failure of their ill conceived intentions.
Dr. Narinder Singh, who was earlier also the Prabhari for Kashmir region, recalled the dedication of martyr Shabir Ahmad Bhat for the party and the society.
He said that the BJP fully stands by the side of martyr’s family in this difficult hour.
He said that nobody can fill the void caused by the death of a precious life and the BJP will make it sure that the culprits be brought to books and be dealt with iron hands. Rajeev Charak described martyr Shabir Ahmad Bhat as the true soldier of the party, who thrived for the extension of party activities in the valley.
He also remembered martyr’s important contributions to bring peace and stabilization in the valley. S. Varinderjit Singh, Tilak Raj Gupta, Arvind Gupta, Sanjay Gupta, Arun Chibber, Kulbhushan Mohtra, Dr. Pardeep Mahotra, Rajni Sethi, Vinay Gupta were among the prominent BJP leaders who paid tributes to the martyr.