New Delhi: Indian Test skipper on Monday condemned the ghastly terror attack in Uri, which claimed the lives of 18 Indian soldiers.
Soon after India registered a comprehensive 197-run win in their 500th Test, the Delhi batsman said that it was disappointing to see terror attacks striking frequently.
"It is obviously very disappointing to see such incidents happening frequently. Just imagine what the families of the martyrs have to go through. It's something that is very disturbing," he said. (Cricket with Pakistan: Anurag Thakur slams 'sponsors' of terrorism, says no question of playing cricket with Pakistan)
Four terrorists had attacked the army camp on September 18th in wee hours and opened fire. They were eventually gunned down.
The 27-year-old also paid his condolences to bereaved families of the soldiers.
"I can give a reaction to it but I cannot comment on its solution because I am not operating at that level. As an Indian, it hurts to hear of these kind of incidents regularly. I can only play condolences to the family of our jawans," Kohli concluded.
— BCCI (@BCCI) September 26, 2016
Soon after the attack, Kohli had also shared a photograph on Twitter regarding the incident.
— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) September 19, 2016