Reasi Terrorist Attack: Terror like this, even pretended to die… some lost their husbands, some lost their children, the ordeal will make you cry.

Reasi Terrorist Attack: Terror like this, even pretended to die… some lost their husbands, some lost their children, the ordeal will make you cry.

Real terrorist attack: On Sunday, the day of Prime Minister Modi’s swearing-in, terrorists opened fire on a bus full of pilgrims in Jammu and Kashmir. Many people, including the bus driver, lost their lives in this. From parents mourning the death of their children to people pretending to be dead to escape terrorist gunfire, an atmosphere of fear still prevails and many struggle to escape the horror of that day.

They Uttar Pradesh Rajasthan and Delhi They were from different states and after visiting the Mata Vaishno Devi temple near Katra town, they boarded a bus for Shiv Khori on Sunday morning. While returning from Shiv Khori to Katra, his bus was attacked by terrorists. In the attack near Raisi, 9 people lost their lives and 38 were injured.

Santosh Kumar Verma from UP’s Balrampur district was in the bus with his family and was sitting on the seat near the driver. He said the bus had moved a few kilometers away from Ransu when he saw a masked terrorist standing on the side of the road and opening fire on the bus driver. He said that as soon as I saw the terrorist, the first thing that came to my mind was that we won’t be able to survive. Before I could think about anything else I saw the driver’s head fall onto the steering wheel and the bus fall into the ditch.

The terrorists continued shooting for five minutes.

Devi Prasad, a teacher at a private school in Gonda area of ​​Uttar Pradesh, said that even after the bus fell into the ditch, the terrorists continued firing from the road for about five minutes. She said we were just lying on the floor doing nothing. We kept pretending to be dead until the terrorists left. After this, the locals arrived at the scene and began to carry the dead and injured out of the ditch and onto the road. Soon police and security forces also arrived at the scene.

Rajat Ram Verma lost his son

Rajat Ram Verma was sitting in the back seat of the bus along with his wife and son. He said he initially thought the sound of the gunshot was due to a short circuit in the vehicle. Suddenly someone shouted that terrorists had attacked the bus. I immediately pushed my wife and son under the seat, but before we could hide the bus fell into a ditch and my son ran away from us. Rajat Ram has been admitted to Reasi district hospital. Meanwhile, his wife Sharda Devi is undergoing treatment in Katra. His son Anurag is also among the deceased.

They were part of a group of 14 people who reached Katra on June 7 from UP’s Balrampur district. Rajat’s brother-in-law Santosh Kumar Verma, his wife Geeta Devi, his son Shiv Verma, his brother Dinesh Kumar Verma and his cousin Ruby Verma are also part of the 14-member group. Ruby lost her life on Sunday. Explaining his planning, Rajat said that we had return train tickets for June 12, so we decided to go to Shiv Khori and boarded the bus at Katra on Sunday morning. We had planned to spend the night in Katra after returning from Shiv Khori and then go to Jammu to stay at a relative’s house on June 10.

Apart from Ruby and Anurag, others who died in the incident included Jaipur Also included were Pooja Sahni, two-year-old Kitu Sahni, Rajinder Prasad Sahni and Mamta Sahni and Saurav Gupta, residents of Mandoli, Delhi. Bus conductor Vijay Kumar and conductor Arun Kumar of Dasanu and Kundriyan in Reasi district were also killed in the terror attack. The injured are receiving treatment in different hospitals in Reasi, Katra and Jammu. Almost all the pilgrims on the bus were going to Shiv Khori for the first time. Devi Prasad Gupta, a teacher at a private school in Gonda, UP, said we had planned to go there after seeing the video of the Shiv Khori temple on social media.

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