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Martyr's family wants CM to attend last rites of sepoy

Press Trust of India  |  Sambhal (UP) 

The father of Sepoy Sudhesh Kumar, who was killed in firing by Pakistani troops along the in Jammu and Kashmir, today refused to perform the last rites till Chief Minister visits them.

Brahmpal Singh said he will cremate his son only when the chief minister arrives here as he (Yadav) should not discriminate between martyrs.



"The chief minister had gone to a martyr's house in Etah as he was a Yadav, he should also come here as there should not be any discrimination between martyrs", Brahmpal Singh said.

Sudhesh Kumar's mother Santosh Kumari demanded a government job for the soldier's widow.

"If we get financial help we will ensure proper education of his four year-old daughter so that she too can join the army and serve the country", Santosh Kumari said.

DM Bhupendra S. Chaudhary said a cheque of Rs. 20 lakh on behalf of the state government will be handed over to the widow of the jawan today.

All preparartions have been made by the district administration for the last rites of the jawan with full state honours.

The body is expected to arrive here later in the day, officials said.

Sudesh, hailing from Sambhal district of Uttar Pradesh, was killed when Pakistani Army fired on posts along the Line of Control in Rajouri district on Sunday.

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

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Martyr's family wants CM to attend last rites of sepoy

The father of Sepoy Sudhesh Kumar, who was killed in firing by Pakistani troops along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir, today refused to perform the last rites till Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav visits them. Brahmpal Singh said he will cremate his son only when the chief minister arrives here as he (Yadav) should not discriminate between martyrs. "The chief minister had gone to a martyr's house in Etah as he was a Yadav, he should also come here as there should not be any discrimination between martyrs", Brahmpal Singh said. Sudhesh Kumar's mother Santosh Kumari demanded a government job for the soldier's widow. "If we get financial help we will ensure proper education of his four year-old daughter so that she too can join the army and serve the country", Santosh Kumari said. DM Bhupendra S. Chaudhary said a cheque of Rs. 20 lakh on behalf of the state government will be handed over to the widow of the jawan today. All preparartions have been made by the district ... The father of Sepoy Sudhesh Kumar, who was killed in firing by Pakistani troops along the in Jammu and Kashmir, today refused to perform the last rites till Chief Minister visits them.

Brahmpal Singh said he will cremate his son only when the chief minister arrives here as he (Yadav) should not discriminate between martyrs.

"The chief minister had gone to a martyr's house in Etah as he was a Yadav, he should also come here as there should not be any discrimination between martyrs", Brahmpal Singh said.

Sudhesh Kumar's mother Santosh Kumari demanded a government job for the soldier's widow.

"If we get financial help we will ensure proper education of his four year-old daughter so that she too can join the army and serve the country", Santosh Kumari said.

DM Bhupendra S. Chaudhary said a cheque of Rs. 20 lakh on behalf of the state government will be handed over to the widow of the jawan today.

All preparartions have been made by the district administration for the last rites of the jawan with full state honours.

The body is expected to arrive here later in the day, officials said.

Sudesh, hailing from Sambhal district of Uttar Pradesh, was killed when Pakistani Army fired on posts along the Line of Control in Rajouri district on Sunday.

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

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Martyr's family wants CM to attend last rites of sepoy

The father of Sepoy Sudhesh Kumar, who was killed in firing by Pakistani troops along the in Jammu and Kashmir, today refused to perform the last rites till Chief Minister visits them.

Brahmpal Singh said he will cremate his son only when the chief minister arrives here as he (Yadav) should not discriminate between martyrs.

"The chief minister had gone to a martyr's house in Etah as he was a Yadav, he should also come here as there should not be any discrimination between martyrs", Brahmpal Singh said.

Sudhesh Kumar's mother Santosh Kumari demanded a government job for the soldier's widow.

"If we get financial help we will ensure proper education of his four year-old daughter so that she too can join the army and serve the country", Santosh Kumari said.

DM Bhupendra S. Chaudhary said a cheque of Rs. 20 lakh on behalf of the state government will be handed over to the widow of the jawan today.

All preparartions have been made by the district administration for the last rites of the jawan with full state honours.

The body is expected to arrive here later in the day, officials said.

Sudesh, hailing from Sambhal district of Uttar Pradesh, was killed when Pakistani Army fired on posts along the Line of Control in Rajouri district on Sunday.

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

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