Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi gave shoulder to the dead soldier

Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Channi on Wednesday paid homage to 26-year-old martyr constable Gajjan Singh and offered a shoulder to his connoisseur. The last rites of the martyr were performed with full military honors at his native village Pacharanda at Nurpur Bedi in Ropar district. The Chief Minister asked Assembly Speaker K.P. Singh and took part in ‘Ardaas’. Sepoy Gajan Singh was martyred in an encounter with terrorists in Poonch sector of Jammu and Kashmir on 11 October.

Chief Minister Channi stood by the martyr’s nephew and his father as the pyre of the hero who made the supreme sacrifice in the line of duty was burnt. Sharing his sympathies with the bereaved family members, the Chief Minister said that the unprecedented sacrifice of Gajan Singh would inspire his fellow soldiers to perform their duties with utmost dedication and commitment to uphold the sovereignty and integrity of the country. .

Sepoy Gajan Singh had joined the army nine years ago. He was the youngest of four brothers. They were married eight months ago, in February. In those days, the picture of him holding the flag of the Kisan Sangh in a wedding dress was widely circulated on social media. The martyr’s family consists of his wife Harpreet Kaur and parents Charan Singh and Malkit Kaur.


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