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From Virat Kohli to Sania Nehwal, India’s sports fraternity condemns Pulwama terror attack

From Virat Kohli to Sania Nehwal, India's sports fraternity condemns Pulwama terror attack
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14th February is celebrated as the day of “love” but the terrorist organizations didn’t let the love flourish and managed to take down with their evil ideas to spread terrorism. The entire nation was shell shocked after a terrorist rammed into the bus carrying 39 CRPF personnels in Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir.

Pakistan based terrorist organization- Jaish-e-Mohammed claimed the responsibility of the deadly suicidal attack on the army in which over 40+ CRPF personnels were killed.

A CRPF convoy of 70 vehicles carrying 2500 soldiers was targeted by an explosives-laden SUV that was being driven by a Jaish suicide bomber identified as Adil Ahmad Dar, a local who resided at a driving distance of 10-20 kilometers from ground zero.

The massive blast left human remains and wreckage scattered on a 100 metre stretch of the highway, slick with snow. Whole nation is condemning the attack and is demanding a counter punch from the government on Pakistan.

Meanwhile, India’s sports fraternity have took to twitter to express their grief over the unfortunate happening.

Asian games gold medallist triple Jumper Arpinder Singh said-

Multi times Grand slam winner tennis star Sania Mirza said-

Freestyle wrestler Babita Phogat said-

2018 Asian games gold medallist in 65kg freestyle wrestling Bajrang Punia said-

Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli said-

Indian hockey team’s ace drag-flicker Rupinder Pal Singh said-

India’s shotgun shooter Seema Tomar said-

2012 London Olympics bronze medallist shuttler Sania Nehwal said-

Budding Indian cricketer Rishabh Pant said-

2018 Commonwealth games champion paddler Manika Batra said-

Indian women’s hockey team captain Rani Rampal said-

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