Congress condemns attack on School Bus

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describes it as cowardice, shameful act

Srinagar May 2 (PTK): Expressing anguish over the incident of stoning on school bus in Shopian, leaving two minors injured, the J&K Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) Vice President Mohd Anwar Bhat today described the incident as highly condemnable and cowardice act aiming to create fear psychosis among the school going children.

Strongly condemning the incident of stoning of school bus in Zavoora area of South Kashmir’s Shopian district, as reported, Mohd Anwar Bhat expressed his displeasure over the incident, saying that such type of shameful acts will have serious implications on the future of childrens.

I am shocked to hear about the incident and strongly condemn the stoning of school children, Bhat added and urged that the comitters of this crime must be identified for punishment. (PTK)

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