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TURA: Strongly condemning the killing of 44 CrPF jawans in the hands of Pakistani sponsored terrorists at Pulwama in Jamu and Kashmir and to offer condolence and pray for the victims and their families, a silent march was organised by the Inter Religion Peace Committee (IRPC) at Garobadha in South West Garo Hills on Sunday evening.
During the silent march more than 500 people belonging to different caste, creed and religion while carrying lit candles marched from the Garobadha Higher Secondary School to the Ghoramara junction and back to the starting venue.
Earlier, before beginning the silent march, a brief programme was conducted jointly by General Secretary of IRPC, Besling A Sangma and its Vice President, Pranesh Ghose. The Condolence Prayer was led by Rev Walsing M Marak, the Pastor of Garobadha Church.
Police personnel belonging to the Garobadha Investigation Centre also actively participated in the silent march by escorting the public in a convoy and ensuring peace and security during the march.