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‘Life ought to be huge, not long,’ Army Captain Kundu

‘Life ought to be huge, not long,’ Army Captain Kundu, murdered in Rajouri terminating, said on Facebook

‘Life ought to be huge, not long,’ Army Captain Kundu, murdered in Rajouri terminating, said on Facebook

An armed force officer and three warriors were killed in cross-fringe shelling by Pakistan along the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir’s Rajouri region on Sunday.

The shelling occurred in Bhimber Gali division on a day when a truce infringement was additionally revealed in Poonch part. As indicated by sources in the Army, the Pakistani shelling began around 11.15 AM and spread over the Balakote segment in Mendhar and Manjakote. The mortar shells were even gone for close local locations.

The martyred jawans have been distinguished as Rifleman Ramavatar, Rifleman Subham Singh and Havaldar Roshan.

The report of Indian setbacks comes a day after Home Minister Rajnath Singh said powers have been requested to discharge “boundless projectiles” in countering to any truce infringement by Pakistan.


Armed force’s 15 J&K Light Infantry Captain Kapil Kundu was additionally slaughtered in the “unwarranted and unpredictable” terminating by the neighboring nation while one jawan was harmed.

Skipper Kundu, who was from Ransika town in Gurgaon region, was six days shy of his birthday. On February 10, Kundu would have turned 23.

“Life ought to be huge, not long,” Rajesh Khanna says to Amitabh Bachchan in Anand film, and that is the statement Kundu had confidence in as his post on Facebook read the same.





“Each of the 84 Schools situated in 0-5 KM along LoC from Sunderbani to Manjakote might stay shut for next 3 days,” Shahid Choudhary, Deputy Commissioner, Rajouri, said.

A few alleviation camps have been placed up in the territory. “We have squeezed enthusiastically our crisis clearing groups. We have built up alleviation camps and will move individuals there if there should be an occurrence of crisis,” he included.

Boss Minister Mehbooba Mufti offered her sympathies to the groups of the martyred fighters in a tweet.

Indian Army paid sympathies to the group of the overcome fighters who were martyred amid the open terminating.

(This Story originating from INDIATODAY)

Sanjay Bhagat

The author Sanjay Bhagat

Sanjay Bhagat is a news author in various news category and has worked on local newspapers.

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