Jammu and Kashmir CM condemns Uri attack
Kashmir and said the attack seems to be aimed at triggering fresh violence and creating a war-like situation in the region.
Expressing anguish over the attack, she paid rich tributes to the slain soldiers.
Mufti extended heartfelt condolences to the bereaved families and also prayed for early recovery of those injured in the attack.
“Unfortunately, people in Jammu and Kashmir, who are already mired in an agonizing situation shall have to bear the maximum brunt of the fresh attempts being made to step up violence and trigger fresh bloodshed in the State,” she said.
The Chief Minister said that the perpetrators of violence must understand that violent methods have yielded nothing in the past nor will these yield anything in future except adding to the miseries of the people.
The state of Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday witnessed one of the deadliest attacks in a decade's time when four heavily armed terrorists sneaked into the 12 Brigade Army camp in Uri sector, leaving 17 jawans killed.
The terror strike took place 100 kms from state capital Srinagar, in North Kashmir Uri town near the line of control.
Hundreds of army jawans were sleeping in tents when terrorists threw grenades and started heavy firing on tents, leaving 17 army personnel dead.
(Reporting by Saleem Iqbal Qadri)