Yogeshwar Dutt, winner of bronze medal in freestyle wrestling at 2012 London Olympics, called the terrorist attack on a BSF camp in Srinagar as “madness”. Dutt, who has condemned terror attacks in the past as well, compared these attacks to “cancer”. He also questioned the motives of the terrorists.
In a tweet on Tuesday, Dutt said that terror attacks have become common and have spread across the world like a cancer. He also asked if ‘terrorists wanted to live alone on the earth.’
“Terrorist attack have become common thing and it has spread to the whole world like a cancer. What to these people want? Do they want to stay alone on this planet? Die or kill? Madness,” Dutt wrote in his tweet.
आतंकी हमला आम बात हो गयी है,सारे विश्व मे ये कैन्सर जड़ जमा चुका है।क्या चाहते है आख़िर ये?अकेले रहेंगे सारी धरती पर?मर जाए या मार दे?पागलपन https://t.co/nIjE211KhV
— Yogeshwar Dutt (@DuttYogi) October 3, 2017
Early morning on Tuesday, suspected fidayeen attacked the Border Security Force’s 182nd Battalion camp near the Srinagar International Airport in which three BSF jawans were injured. Though there is no official confirmation but reports said that a terrorist has also been killed.