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Amit Shah lauds CAPFs for fighting scourge of terrorism

New Delhi:12/7/20: The Union Home Minister Amit Shah has lauded the efforts of Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) for fighting the scourge of terrorism.

Launching the CAPFs nationwide tree plantation drive in Gurugam, Haryana on Sunday, the Union Home Minister said the CAPFs have lost more than 31 Jawans to the pandemic. He paid his respects to them on this occasion.

The Union Home Minister said that the nationwide CAPF tree plantation drive has set a target of 1.37 crore saplings.

Shah said that the battle against the dreaded coronavirus is being carried out under the leadership of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi with active participation from the people of this country

India is fighting a successful battle to contain the pandemic in the country; he said and added that India is doing so with courage and conviction when the health services of the most developed countries were collapsing.

The Union Home Minister said our motto is ‘One People, One Thought, One Nation’.

Shah paid his deep respects to the Corona Warriors of the CAPF who not only provided security and fight terrorism, but also set an example before the nation without bothering about their own life and

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