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Army widows demand 'blood for blood' in retaliation to Uri attack

The Army widows here demanded \'blood for blood\' in retaliation to the deadly attack in Uri which claimed lives of 18 Army personnel.

Published: 20th September 2016 10:54 PM  |   Last Updated: 21st September 2016 12:34 AM   |  A+A-

By PTI

MATHURA: The Army widows here demanded "blood for blood" in retaliation to the deadly attack in Uri which claimed lives of 18 Army personnel.

"Sushma Swaraj, in January 2013 had assured me of bringing ten heads if her party comes to power," Dharmavati whose husband was beheaded on January 8, 2013 said, adding that now at least 36 heads must be brought in turn for the killings of 18 army personnel.

Ravita, the widow of Babloo kumar who was martyred in Jammu on July 30, held Centre "responsible" for its "unstable policies."

"Army should be given free hand to counter such cowardice act,"  Kamlesh Devi, widow of Soran Singh who was martyred in Kargil in 1999, stated.

Seema Chaudhary, wife of martyr Shaheed Samod Kumar Chaudhary asked for "direct action" in such incidents.

"I can feel the pain and separation widows of killed army personnel of Dogra regiment are experiencing."

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