J&K Lt Governor visits victims’ families, says perpetrators will be brought to justice

Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha met the victim’s family after the terrorist attack in Dangri village of Rajouri in Jammu and Kashmir which claimed six lives.

He also visited the site of the attack followed by a security meeting with top officials of JKP, CAPF, and the Army at the District Headquarters.

Lieutenant Governor asserted that those involved in the gruesome killings of six innocent civilians including two minors in the Dangri village of the Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir would be brought to justice soon.

Killings, he said, will be avenged as security forces have already started a comprehensive operation to track down perpetrators of the heinous act.

The government, he said, will strengthen Village Defence Committees in the area.

Lt Governor also announced Rs.10 Lakh and a government job to the next of kin of each of those civilians martyred in the attack.

On Sunday evening, terrorists opened fire at three houses in Dangri village, killing four civilians and injuring six others, according to officials.

A day later, an IED blast took place near the house of Pritam Lal, a victim of the terror attack on Sunday evening, locals said.