Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi on Wednesday met the household of Sepoy Gajjan Singh, who was killed by terrorists throughout an encounter in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch. Channi’s go to to Kashmir got here quickly after he introduced an ex-gratia grant of Rs 50 lakh and a authorities job to 1 member of every of the bereaved households of the three troopers who misplaced their lives in a gunfight with the terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch sector.
Taking to Twitter Channi mentioned, “Paid condolences to Sepoy Gajjan Singh’s members of the family at his village Pachrande in Nurpur Bedi, District Ropar, who sacrificed his life on the Poonch space of J&Ok whereas defending the nation”.
Earlier on Monday, one Junior Commissioned Officer (JCO) and 4 jawans of the Indian Military had misplaced their lives throughout a counter-terror operation at Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch. Among the many troopers who misplaced their lives were–Naib Subedar Jaswinder Singh, Naik Mandeep Singh, Sepoys Gajjan Singh, Saraj Singh, and Vaisakh H.
As per the assertion issued by the Punjab CMO, Naib Subedar Jaswinder Singh of unit 4 Mech Infantry, ( 1 Sikh), hailed from Village Mana Talwandi in district Kapurthala and is survived by his spouse Sardarni Raj Kaur and daughter Samarjit Kaur.
Naik Mandeep Singh of 11 Sikhs, was from Village Chhatha Shira, close to Ghanike Bangar (Aliwal to Fatehgarh churian highway) in district Gurdaspur and he’s survived by his spouse Sardarni Mandeep Kaur and two sons who’re three years and two months previous respectively. Sepoy Gajjan Singh of 23 SIKH who belonged to Village Pachranda, Nurpur Bedi in District Ropar has married simply 4 months in the past and is survived by his spouse Sardarni Harpreet Kaur.