BSF jawan got martyr status after 30 years of martyrdom, now family will get this facility

Rajasthan News: BSF jawan, a resident of Nayawas village of Rudawal police station area of ​​Bharatpur, Rajasthan, got martyr status after 30 years. BSF jawan Brijendra Singh was the victim of a terrorist attack in 1992 in Jammu and Kashmir where he died. It is noteworthy that earlier the status of martyr was not given in Para Military Force, but now the status of martyr is being given in BSF. Under the same, Manoj Kumar, deputy commandant of the BSF unit in Mathura, reached the village Nayawas of martyr Brijendra and handed over the martyr’s honor letter to the martyr’s heroine Indra Devi. Along with this, assured the heroine that if there is any kind of problem, then all possible help will be given. He told Veerangana that what would be the benefits of Brijendra Singh getting martyr status.
 
He was martyred in 1992

Deputy Commandant Manoj Kumar, who came from Mathura, told that Brijendra Singh, a resident of Nayawas, was working in the 153rd Corps of BSF. In 1992, he sacrificed his life in a terrorist attack in Jammu and Kashmir, but earlier the soldiers of paramilitary forces did not get the status of martyr, now the soldiers of BSF are getting the status of martyr. That’s why going to the homes of the martyrs, martyr’s honor letters are being given to their heroines with respect. When Brijendra Singh’s heroine Indra Devi was handed over the martyr’s honor letter, the heroine could not hold back her tears.

BSF Deputy Commandant Manoj Kumar, who came from Mathura, told that Brijendra Singh will get many other facilities after getting the status of martyr. For the martyr, the government will give a government job to a dependent of the martyr, pension to the heroine of the martyr and financial assistance of Rs 50-60 lakh. Apart from this, cement to build 4000 square feet house and petrol pump by the state government and the benefit of reserve quota for dependent in Medical MBBS and IIT is also available to the martyr’s dependent.  

4 BSF jawans will get status in Bharatpur

Veerangana Indra Devi said that I am proud of my husband’s martyrdom. My husband gave his martyrdom while fighting the enemies. 4 BSF jawans in Bharatpur will now get martyr status. Earlier in May, Virendra Singh of 52nd Battalion, a resident of Bharatpur city, has got the status of a martyr. His heroine Suman Devi was given a martyr’s honor letter. Virendra Singh attained martyrdom in Jammu and Kashmir during the Kargil war in the year 1999.

According to Deputy Commandant Manoj Kumar, proposals have been made and sent for 2 more martyrs of the district. On this occasion, Inspector Rajkumar, Kheria Mod police outpost in-charge Gyan Singh, Sarpanch representative Bhaunrayalal Parashar, Mansingh, Moharsingh, Shivram, Jeevansingh, Manohari, Raghunath, Bradi Meena, Revatiprasad, Prem etc. were present on this occasion.

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