Two Indian soldiers were mutilated by the cowardly Pakistani Army on Monday. Pakistan beheaded two of our brave soldiers, Parmajit Singh & Prem Sagar. Even wars have certain norms. A soldier deserves all the respect for going out and guarding the borders of the nation. Naik Subedar Paramjit Singh was beheaded on Monday. The soldier was cremated with full military honours. Paramjit was 42 years old & belonged to the Army’s 22 Sikh Infantry.
Apart from his friends & family, a large number of people from his village, Vainpoin, turned out to pay last respects to their hero. After Gautam Gambhir took the initiative to bear the educational expenses of the children of the Sukma Martyrs, many people have come forward to take responsibility for the children of our martyrs. Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar’s brainchild Bharat Ke Veer has also been receiving donations for the families of Martyrs’. The website gives you the opportunity to directly interact with the families of Indian soldiers who have sacrificed their lives for the nation.
Parmajit Singh is survived by his wife Paramjit Kaur, son Sahildeep Singh and daughters Khushdeep Kaur and Simardeep Kaur. A couple from Himachal Pradesh have come forward to adopt the daughter of Paramjit Singh. The couple want to bear all the expenses of the girl. IPS officer Anjum Ara and her husband Kullu Deputy Commissioner, Yunus Khan are ready to look after all the expenses of Parmajeet’s daughter. They are ready to take complete responsibility of the girl, from education to marriage. They intend to make the girl self-sufficient and see to it that the girl has a bright future.
Khushdeep Kaur, the 12 year old daughter of Martyr Paramjit Singh will continue to live with her family. Media reports confirm that the couple in a joint statement said that Khushdeep was free to pursue her area of interest. “If she wants to become an IAS or IPS officer we will help her.” They however added that she could choose any career and they would always be ready to help.
Yunus said that they were only fulfilling their responsibility as citizens of the nation. “By ensuring good education to the martyr’s daughter we are doing our duty as responsible citizens,” he said. Yunus added that it was impossible for the family of the martyr to get over the irreparable loss. “We would be there for her to help her in making important decisions,” he added.
There are people from all religions in India with good intentions. We’re just pointing out the fact, so that it serves as a reminder to all the Pseudo-liberals & Pseudo-seculars. The nation needs such people. There is no greater initiative than taking responsibility for your fellow beings.