Veerangana gave last farewell to the martyr by giving a salute on the moustache, 32 km long tricolor journey
The funeral of ITBP jawan Subhash Chandra Berwal of Sikar, who was martyred in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, took place today amidst mixed expressions of sorrow and pride and cheers of thousands.
The funeral of ITBP jawan Subhash Chandra Berwal of Sikar, who was martyred in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, took place today amidst mixed expressions of sorrow and pride and cheers of thousands. During this, the mortal remains of the martyr, who reached the Sainik Welfare Board of Sikar, were first taken to the native village Shahpura amidst a 32-km long tricolour journey and cheers. Where the martyr remained immortal after family rituals and the last journey of the martyr was taken out amidst the cheers of Mother India. At the time of the last farewell, Veerangana Sarla Devi saluted the martyr husband by tying the moustache. Everyone got emotional seeing this. Even in the last journey of about one kilometre, people carrying the tricolour in their hands kept shouting the sky piercing Bharat Mata and the martyr all the way. After the guard of honour to the dead body of the martyr who reached the funeral site amidst flower showers, brother Mukesh performed the last rites by lighting them. During this, many public representatives and administrative officers including former MLA Gordhan Verma, Pemaram, BJP Kisan Morcha State President Hariram Ranwan, Rameshwar Ranwan, Congress District President Sunita Githala, Mahesh Mordia, ADM Ratan Singh, SDM Mithilesh Kumar were present.
As soon as the body of the martyr reached home with the tricolour yatra, there was uproar. Everyone's eyes became moist with tears. The family members started crying and crying. The mother became indifferent. Who did not regain consciousness for a long time? Wife Sarla also became helpless by crying. With great difficulty, she reached near the mortal remains of her body. Where she bid farewell to the martyr's husband's mustache and salute.
After two days of rain, there was water logging and mud in the martyr's village. In such a situation, the administration worked hard throughout the day on Wednesday to get the path of the village corrected by adding debris and soil. At the same time, in view of the possibility of rain, tin sheds should also be installed at the funeral site for the last rites. However, during this time the weather was very clear.
It is worth noting that a bus full of ITBP personnel returning from the duty of Amarnath Yatra fell into a gorge between Srinagar Chandanwadi and Pahalgaon due to brake failure on Tuesday morning. In which seven ITBP jawans were martyred. Subhash Chandra Yadav, a resident of Shahpura of Dhod tehsil of Sikar was also involved. 28-year-old Subhash was appointed to ITBP in 2013. On whose shoulder was the entire responsibility of the house. Farmer father Kalu Ram and mother name Shanti Devi dear son Subhash's brother Mukesh also works as a labourer.