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Martyr status sought for ITBP Inspector Bhim Singh
JAMMU, Jun 30: A day after the ITBP inspector Bhim Singh, killed in the Kedarnath valley while rescuing victims of flash flood was cremated with full state honours, Peoples Democratic Party Sunday demanded martyrs status for this braveheart.

Addressing a meeting of party workers here in Jammu, the PDP leader Kuljeet Singh Jamwal demanded the "martyr's status" for this brave soldier besides compensation and job to the next of his kin in recognition of his selfless service and duty towards his nation at the time of crisis.

Diwakar Singh and Sanjay Gupta, executive members PDP also spoke on the occasion and demanded statue of the martyr and renaming of the Bobiya village of Kathua as Bhim Singh village in true recognition to this martyr.

Kuljeet Singh warned that PDP would not sit as a mute spectator if the martyr's status to the brave heart was not given, besides job and compensation to the bereaved family with in 15 days.

A mass movement would be launched by the PDP to provide justice to the family of this brave soldier, he said.

PDP leaders made these statements in a meeting wherein heartfelt condolences were expressed to the son of the soil, Sub Inspector Bhim Singh who laid down the supreme sacrifice of his life while saving the lives of others at Uttarakhand.

Kuljeet Singh also criticised the state government in general and the Chief Minister in particular for not uttering even a single word of condolence or any tweet for this brave soldier thus demoralising the paramilitary forces personnel serving in the state.

News Updated at : Monday, July 1, 2013
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