'Want 100 Heads As Revenge': Daughter Of Soldier Killed In BSF Camp Attack

At a ceremony to pay their last respects to Brij Kishore Yadav, BSF chief KK Sharma spoke with pride about the soldiers had repulsed the terror attack at the Border Security Force campus right next to the Srinagar airport.

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'Want 100 Heads As Revenge': Daughter Of Soldier Killed In BSF Camp Attack

BSF jawan Brij Kishore Yadav laid down his life in the operation to repulse the Jaish attack on his camp

PATNA:  For the family of Brij Kishore Yadav, the grief at the soldier's death in the pre-dawn attack on a Border Security Force camp in Kashmir, is gradually turning to anger. BK Yadav was hoping to head back home to his village in Bihar for a vacation next month. That trip got advanced under very tragic circumstances.

As BK Yadav was getting a hero's farewell in Jammu and Kashmir capital Srinagar today, there were promises of financial assistance for the family in his native state, Bihar. Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has announced 11 lakh rupees and Jharkhand chief minister Raghubar Das, 2 lakh.

His family in a small village in Bhagalpur district, Kamalchak, said all that they wanted for BK Yadav's supreme sacrifice was death for Pakistani terrorists.

"We want 100 Pakistani terrorists' heads for my father's sacrifice," his daughter Sushma Kumari said, according to news agency IANS.

The 18-year-old said until the government avenged her father's death, any talk about dialogue with Pakistan was useless to her.

"We want strong action against Pakistani terrorists," she said.

Her father was killed in the suicide attack by three Jaish terrorists early on Tuesday morning. Three more jawans were injured in the gunfight that followed for the next 10 hours before security personnel killed them, one by one.

At a ceremony to let the fallen soldier's colleagues pay their last respect, BSF chief KK Sharma spoke with pride about the soldiers had repulsed the terror attack at the force's campus right next to the Srinagar airport.

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The top officer said no one could prevent terrorists ready to commit suicide from mounting an attack. What was important was how the security forces responded to them.

"I am sure you know the kind of damage done in suicide attacks in the past. By comparison, you can say the BSF has acquitted itself very well and I am proud of the boys," director general KK Sharma said.
 

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