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Manjit Singh pays rich tributes to Kargil war hero Gurdeep Singh Soni at Ramgarh

VIJAYPUR, July 06, 2021: Apni Party, Provincial President, Jammu and Former Minister, Manjit Singh today paid rich tributes to the Kargil war hero on his 22th martyrdom at Sheikhupura Plota in Ramgarh.

In a statement to the press, Manjit Singh paid tributes to martyr Gurdeep Singh Soni (Sena Medal), who fought Kargil War bravely and laid down his life for the protection of the country’s borders.

The occasion was attended by Director, Zila Sainik Board, Brig (retired) Harcharan Singh and officers of 8 Sikh, Indian Army.

“We are proud to have such a brave soldier who fought bravely and left a legacy for the youth of J&K to follow. He was a hero of the country. We feel protected because of our defence forces who protect the nation’s border,” said Manjit Singh while paying tributes to the martyr.

He said that the borders are protected by the sons of the country belonging to different states, and Union Territories. “This feeling of unity and courage to protect the motherland has united the people of the country against our enemy,” he said.

He further added that the youth should follow the footsteps of martyrs and work for the unity and prosperity of the nation which came into being after thousands of sacrifices.

“We should remember our martyrs and their contributions. These sacrifices should be taught generation to generation,” he added.

He said that drug addiction has consumed the youth of our society. “Time has come when they should learn and contribute towards nation building,” added Manjit Singh.

On this occasion, Director, Zila Sainik Board, Brig (retired) Harcharan Singh also paid tributes to Gurdeep Singh. He also highlighted the importance of remembering the martyrs.

Family members of the martyr soldier including Sardar Mohan Singh, father, and Manjeet Kour, mother, besides, sisters and other family members of the martyred soldier were also present on the occasion.

The members of civil society, and villagers also remembered the martyr.

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