With every passing minute, the excitement around Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s swearing-in ceremony is increasing manifolds. That’s because of the guests invited to his oath taking ceremony. Yes, after inviting the kin of 50 karyakarthas who were killed by the goons of Mamata Banerjee’s TMC, now the families of CRPF jawans martyred in Pulwama terror attack have been invited for PM Modi’s swearing-in ceremony.
This news broke out after the mother of martyred soldier Sudip Biswas said that “We have been invited to attend the event. Despite being in sorrow we have come here”. In 14th February in the Pulwama attack, over 40 CRPF soldiers were martyred and Sudip Biswas was one among them. As per the current reports, his family has already reached Delhi.
An internal source revealed to Times of India that “Giving this honour to the martyrs and their family members will be a great gesture from the PM to those who lost their lives serving the country and it also shows how the government values their sacrifice. It also counters West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee’s charge of the government giving political colour to the grand event”.
Not just martyr Sudip Biswa’s family, but even constable named Bablu Santra’s family from Howrah has been invited. The martyred constable’s family has also reached Delhi for the grand swearing-in ceremony that will commence at 7 PM today.
This gesture of PM Modi has proved that he will never letdown anyone; whether it might be a Indian Armed Force’s martyrs family or might be the kin of killed party karyakartha. After inviting the families of Pulwama martyrs, PM Narendra Modi has invited even the 6-year-daughter of Pulwama martyr Babu Santra. Even the young girl has boarded the train from Howrah station to reach Delhi.
After these gestures like these, the expectation from Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his new cabinet has increased manifolds. Reports have claimed that PM Modi will be taking revolutionary steps in several fields in the next 180 days.