JSW Group Chairman Sajjan Jindal has urged the government to convene an urgent Parliament session to revoke Article 370 of the Indian Constitution for ensuring that there are no more cruel attacks on the country’s security forces.
Article 370 of the Constitution provides autonomous status to the State of Jammu and Kashmir.
“Let the country see which (political) party supports this and which doesn’t. We have to draw the line right here,” he wrote tagging Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress leader Rahul Gandhi.
“We have to now make sure that the world knows they can’t mess with us. India cannot be threatened. We move decisively when anyone attack us in any way,” said Jindal.
“It is high time we taught a lesson to the terrorists. We need to end it once and for all. Nobody..absolutely nobody in the great nation should support these cowardly attacks!” said Jindal.
Efforts to help
JSW Steel is planning to help the families of solider who have lost their lives in the attack.
A detailed plan is expected to be announced next week, sources said.
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