Ghaziabad: Government, netas not concerned about our jawans, says CRPF martyr’s brother
| Monday | 4th March, 2019
There is no canteen facility either,” one of them said.A CRPF jawan posted in Udhampur showered praise on Chaudhary.
He died while trying to save his senior.”Manoj Nain, Chaudhary’s brother-in-law, demanded that paramilitary force personnel should be treated on a par with the Army.
Around 15,000 people gathered at the playground to pay their last tributes to Chaudhary, who was cremated with full military honours.
A road in their villages will be named after the jawans, the state government announced.
“Like the Indian Army , they are also making the supreme sacrifice for the country, but do not get any facilities.
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