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Grieving Families Receive Bodies of Terror Attack Victims in Jaipur

The bodies of four individuals, including a two-year-old boy, who tragically lost their lives in a terrorist attack in Jammu and Kashmir, arrived in Jaipur via train on June 11. The victims, identified as cloth merchant Rajendra Saini, his wife Mamta, their relative Pooja Saini, and her young son Titu, were among the nine fatalities in the attack on a bus carrying pilgrims.

The devastating incident occurred when terrorists opened fire on the bus, causing it to veer off the road and plunge into a gorge. Pooja’s husband, Pavan, sustained injuries in the attack. Rajendra and Mamta, residents of Chomu town, leave behind two sons and a daughter, sparking demands for government assistance and compensation from locals staging protests outside the Chomu police station.