MARTYR DIES ONLY WHEN FORGOTTEN, NATION DIES WHEN FORGETS MARTYR

Abha Gupta. Dated: 4/15/2019 9:25:32 AM

“SHAHEEDO KO NAMAN; REMEMBER THE MARTYRS; EMPOWER THE ‘VEER NARIS’

‘VEER NARI’ SAYS:
* Indian Army, Sainik Board has always helped from time to time.
* No MLA, Sarpanch, Bureaucrat has time to visit their home.
* I want my daughter to join Army and serve nation.
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* The martyr families who need any kind of help can
contact Brig Harcharan Singh at 94192- 16663 or concerned
Zila Sainik Office.
* Sainik Board is giving ‘Officer Level’ training to the
children of martyr who want to join Army at ‘Officer Level’.
* MLA, Bureaucrats, Sarpanch should visit the martyr’s home to help them sort their problems
ER ABHA GUPTA Jammu, Apr 14 Ravi Kumar attained martyrdom in Bandipora( Hajin)during an encounter on February 14, 2017. At a young age of 33 years, when the youngsters were enjoying Valentine’s Day, this brave heart sacrificed his life for his motherland. 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 21 years in the year 2013 and she says that she was the daughter of Army personnel hence was very happy to be married to a Fauji. After marriage she with her husband went to Jaipur and there they were gifted with their bundle of joy, a beautiful baby girl. There after he served in Siachin Glacier also. Siachin is called desert of snow, where temperature dips at -70 Degree C, but our soldiers bravely face every challenge. Ravi Kumar successfully completed his tenure in Siachin. After Siachin, he was deployed in 31 RR. In the year 2017, January, Ravi Kumar came for his last holiday to meet his family. The day before he got martyred, he talked with his daughter for one hour but unfortunately that was his last talk with his daughter. In the month of February 2017, Ravi Kumar and his Unit got information about presence of militants in Bandipora, Hajin area. He and his unit went for the operation, the unit fought bravely but unfortunately he got martyred in the encounter. Veer Nari says that when her husband attained martyrdom, her daughter was just 3.5 years old. Veer Nari says that no MLA, no MP, no bureaucrat has ever come to visit them, but it is only Army who remembers them. Rajya Sainik Board has always helped from time to time. She wants that her daughter should also join Army. The MLAs, Sarpanch, bureaucrats should also come to visit the families of martyrs and should help them in sorting out various problems. At the end a small request to the society: “Many times, the wife of martyr is not very educated, hence she is not able to guide her children as a result the children are not able to get higher ranks in the Army, it is the duty of citizens to visit their families and help them in solving their problems. 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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