Complete Darkness Before Our Eyes, Says Amarnath Yatri, Now In Hospital
At the district hospital, a number of the Amarnath pilgrims slashed within the terror attack in Anantnag were seen unarticulate and line for his or her family. Others were silenced by shock.
- 7 killed in terror attack on a bus arriving from the Amarnath shrine
- After Amarnath, pilgrims were heading for Vaishno Hindu deity
- Lashkar men meted out the attack, say police
ANANTNAG, JAMMU AND KASHMIR: Bhagya Mani from geographical region is in a very hospital in Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantnag with multiple fractures. The agonizing pain is nothing compared to her grief at losing her sister-in law Nirmala, one amongst the seven pilgrims killed within the terror attack on a bus arriving from the Amarnath shrine in Kashmir on Monday night.
“We were within the bus once firing was on from all the sides; the motive force drove the bus for a kilometre. it absolutely was pitch-black and that we might see nothing,” aforesaid Bhagya Mani from her bed at the Anantnag district hospital.
The two girls had planned the pilgrim’s journey along for months and had joined a bunch of yatris from geographical region and Gujarat. when Amarnath, they were heading for Vaishno Hindu deity.
Twenty pilgrims on the bus carrying fifty six were wounded within the worst terror strike within the Kashmir depression in years. The police have aforesaid the Pakistan-based terror cluster Lashkar-e-Taiba was behind the attack.
At the district hospital, a number of the slashed were seen unarticulate and line for his or her family. Others were silenced by shock.
“I was shot within the foot,” mumbled a pilgrim.
The bus was enclosed from 3 sides and pink-slipped upon indiscriminately in south Kashmir. Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti visited the hospital and spent the night in Anantnag.
“It is that the worst incident, I actually have asked the police to search out out all those accountable in order that they’re reprimanded,” aforesaid Ms Mufti.
Sources say a bunch of 4 Lashkar terrorists meted out the attack on the bus, that wasn’t a part of the formal convoy for registered pilgrims escorted by the police.
Asked whether or not there have been any gaps in security or alternative lapses, state minister Nayeem Akhtar said: “Apparently that may have to be compelled to be seen, however as you recognize we’ve got full-grown up with the Yatra and there’s one place within the world whether or not the complete administration right from the governor right down to district judge, everyone is concentrated on these months on the Yatra.”