Kathmandu, February 27 The Embassy of India in Kathmandu today organised an event to pay homage to the martyrs of the terrorist attack in Pulwama of Jammu and Kashmir, India, on February 14. More than 40 personnel of India’s Central Reserve Police Force were killed and many others injured when terrorists targeted a CRPF convoy with a car bomb in the suicide attack. Speaking on the occasion, Indian Ambassador to Nepal Manjeev Singh Puri said the bravery the soldiers showed and sacrifices made for the country was an example of patriotism. “I would like to offer my personal and collective homage,” he said. Puri said the suicide attack on the CRPF convoy was a deplorable act, and there were no words strong enough to say it was a condemnable act. He said terrorism was one of the biggest existential threats, and it made no distinction between borders, gender or religion. “It is the worst form of human rights violation and cannot be justified on any ground whatsoever,” he said. “Global terrorism can only be dealt with concerted global action. Any attempt to justify it in any manner possible is extremely deplorable and should be condemned.”