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Wipe out Pakistan, if it does not listen; save us from black Diwali: Martyr's wife to PM Modi

Author: Prabhash K Dutta
Publication: Indiatoday.in
Date: October 29, 2016
URL:   http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/wipe-out-pakistan-if-it-does-not-listen-save-us-from-black-diwali-everyday-martyrs-wife-to-pm-modi/1/798420.html

The wife of a BSF jawan, who lost his life in the firing by Pakistani forces, has called for a decisive action to ensure that ceasefire violations stop.

With seven jawans having been martyred on the international border and LoC in the latest escalation of ceasefire violation, a martyr's wife made an appeal to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday. 

Wife of soldier Mandeep Singh, whose body was taken to his native place at Kurukshetra in Haryana, appealed to the PM to take a decisive action against Pakistan. 

"Nivedan sarkaar se hai ki ya toh samjha do Pakistan ko; samjhe toh thik, warna khatam kar do. Kam se kam roz-roz Diwali kaali nhi hogi sabhi ki (I request to the government either tell Pakistan to behave; if it does not listen then wipe it out. At least we will not have a black Diwali everyday)," Martyr's wife said after her husband's body reached Kurukshetra.

Paying tribute to the soldiers, who lost their lives in the line of duty, she said, "I salute the valour and sacrifice of all jawans. My husband was really brave."

Mandeep Singh died in an encounter near LoC in Machil sector in Kupwara district of Jammu and Kashmir. Family and relatives mourned the death of their soldier son.


In Bihar son of BSF jawan Jitendra Singh paid tribute to his father in Raxual as last rites were performed on Saturday. BSF head constable Jitendra Singh lost his life in firing by Pakistan in RS Pura sector on the international border.

Bihar Govt announced Rs 11 lakh compensation to family of Jitendra Singh.

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#WATCH Son of BSF jawan Jitendra K Singh (who lost his life during ceasefire violation in RS Pura) pays his tribute to his father in Raxual pic.twitter.com/6ceqEJjrtf
October 29, 2016


A BSF jawan was killed on Saturday during ceasefire violation by Pakistani troops in Macchil sector along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir. He was not hit in Pakistani firing rather he lost his life due malfunctioning of his weapon.

"BSF constable Nitin Subhash was firing a long range weapon. Unfortunately round blasted in chamber itself giving a recoil, which hit him in shoulder. He was given treatment but he complained of breathlessness and by 11:30 he succumbed to his injuries," BSF IG (Kashmir) Vikash Chandra said.

28-year-old Constable Koli Nitin Subhash, hailing from Sangli in Maharashtra, had joined BSF in 2008 and is survived by his wife and two sons aged four years and two years.
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