CM Mamata said nothing can make up for the incomparable penance made by them for the country or the deprived families’ misfortune.
Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister on Wednesday (June 17) reported to furnish Rs 5 lakh alongside a West Bengal government employment to one individual from the groups of two Jawans from West Bengal that were killed in real life in the Galwan Valley (Ladakh) on June 15 night.
CM Mamata took to Twitter and stated, “My ardent sympathies to the groups of the valiant men martyred at Galwan Valley. I’m at torment to state that two of them had a place with West Bengal—Sepoy Rajesh Orang (Vill Belgoria, PS Md Bazar, Birbhum) and Bipul Roy on General Duty (Vill Bindipara, PS Samuktala, Alipurduar)”
She didn’t utter a word can make up for the preeminent penance made by them for the country or the dispossessed families’ misfortune.
“We remain by the following of the children of our dirt in this troublesome time. To this respect, we’ll give ₹5 lakh and a GoWB employment to one part in the expired’s family.”
Prior yesterday, the Indian Army had said that 20 of its fighters were killed in brutal conflicts with Chinese soldiers during a go head to head in Galwan on June 15 night.
This is the greatest ever military showdown between the two armed forces in more than five decades. In an announcement, the military said that nearly a similar number of Chinese soldiers have been executed during the conflicts in the Galwan Valley.
The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) had reprimanded China for the episode and asserted that it attempted to singularly change the status and “left from the accord to regard the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the Galwan Valley”.