Abha Gupta. Dated: 3/6/2019 10:55:06 AM

The series “Shaheedo ko Naman, Empower the ‘Veer Naris’” has been started in an initiative by Young Bites not only to remember the martyrs of the nation but to convey a social message to the society to take care of the families of the martyr, to empower the ‘Veer Naris’. It is the responsibility of the Society to give moral support to the ‘Veer Naris’ and their children.
‘Veer Nari’ says:
* Indian Army has always helped from time to time.
* Sainik Board has always stood behind the martyr families.
* No Panch/Sarpanch/MLA has every come to ask about our well being.
* There should be flexibility in SRO 43, as her son was 3.5 years at time of martyrdom and job is reserved for 5 years post martyrdom.
Jammu, Mar 5
Jeet Paul JAKRIF attained martyrdom in Mehandar in an operation against militants. YoungBites correspondent got an opportunity to interact with the wife of martyr to know about the early life and how life changes post martyrdom.
‘Veer Nari’ recalls that she got married at the age of 22 years on 18, Oct, 1996 after one month he went to Manipur, Manipur which was badly hit by militancy those days, but Jeet Paul did his duty in Manipur very courageously.
‘Veer Nari’ recalls her days spend with her husband in Andaman Nicobar. There she spent 1 year with her husband and the memories are still alive in her mind “My son was only 3.5 years old, when my husband attained martyrdom. As per SRO 43, the job is reserved only for 5 years, I was asked to search a job for myself, but I was not in a condition to do the job as my kids very too small, I want that as my son is going to be 18 years old, he should get a job in Army”, says the Veer Nari. Veer Nari says that no Panch, Sarpanch or even MLA has ever visited her to know about the well being of her family. Veer Nari says that Army never forgets. She also appreciates the efforts of Rajya Sainik Board and the Director Brig Harcharan Singh who from time to time enquires about the well being of her family. If we talk about Punjab or other states, the bureaucrats often go to the martyrs families and they help them in doing various official works, which the family does not know how to do, but this scenario is not in J&K state . In our state the martyrs are remembered on some particular days only. At the end a small request to the society: Please visit the martyr families at their home. Tell the ‘Veer Naris’, Veer Mata’ that we are always with them. Help their children in career counseling. Give them respect. Bow heads whenever we meet them. Never forget that the supreme sacrifice was made for us.


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