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Gumla road to be renamed after Uri Martyr

The Chenpur-Kurumgarh-Baridih path in Jharkhand's Gumla district would be renamed as Nayam Kuhur path in memory of a soldier who was martyred in Uri.

Chief Minister Raghubar Das announced it during his visit to Gumla to attend a programme there.

Das directed the Gumla Deputy Commissioner to prepare a detailed project report for 35 km road in this regard, an official release said.

Kujur was one among the 18 martyrs killed by Pakistan-backed terrorists in the Uri sector in Jammu and Kashmir.

The Chief Minister handed over cheques of Rs ten lakh to the families of the two slain martyrs- Kujur and Javra Munda, the release said.

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Gumla road to be renamed after Uri Martyr

Press Trust of India  |  Ranchi 

The Chenpur-Kurumgarh-Baridih path in Jharkhand's Gumla district would be renamed as Nayam Kuhur path in memory of a soldier who was martyred in Uri.

Chief Minister Raghubar Das announced it during his visit to Gumla to attend a programme there.



Das directed the Gumla Deputy Commissioner to prepare a detailed project report for 35 km road in this regard, an official release said.

Kujur was one among the 18 martyrs killed by Pakistan-backed terrorists in the Uri sector in Jammu and Kashmir.

The Chief Minister handed over cheques of Rs ten lakh to the families of the two slain martyrs- Kujur and Javra Munda, the release said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Gumla road to be renamed after Uri Martyr

The Chenpur-Kurumgarh-Baridih path in Jharkhand's Gumla district would be renamed as Nayam Kuhur path in memory of a soldier who was martyred in Uri. Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das announced it during his visit to Gumla to attend a programme there. Das directed the Gumla Deputy Commissioner to prepare a detailed project report for 35 km road in this regard, an official release said. Kujur was one among the 18 martyrs killed by Pakistan-backed terrorists in the Uri sector in Jammu and Kashmir. The Chief Minister handed over cheques of Rs ten lakh to the families of the two slain martyrs- Kujur and Javra Munda, the release said. The Chenpur-Kurumgarh-Baridih path in Jharkhand's Gumla district would be renamed as Nayam Kuhur path in memory of a soldier who was martyred in Uri.

Chief Minister Raghubar Das announced it during his visit to Gumla to attend a programme there.

Das directed the Gumla Deputy Commissioner to prepare a detailed project report for 35 km road in this regard, an official release said.

Kujur was one among the 18 martyrs killed by Pakistan-backed terrorists in the Uri sector in Jammu and Kashmir.

The Chief Minister handed over cheques of Rs ten lakh to the families of the two slain martyrs- Kujur and Javra Munda, the release said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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