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CM Chouhan reaches Martyr Ranjeet Singh’s village and pays tribute

Tuesday - July 10, 2018 2:03 am , Category : MADHYA PRADESH

Samman Nidhi of Rs. One crore, Service to One member and a flat to be given to Martyr’s family 
Samman Nidhi of Rs. One crore each given to families of 6 Martyrs till now in state 

Bhopal: The Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan reached village Reva of Datia district today and paid floral tribute to the soldier of Indian Army Martyr Ranjeet Singh Tomar. While consoling the family members, Chouhan said that Ranjeet was the true son of Bharat Maa. He has glorified the country by sacrificing his life. He further mentioned that martyrdom of brave Ranjeet will always be remembered. The Government of Madhya Pradesh is with the family of Martyr Ranjeet Singh at every moment.

CM Chouhan has announced that Samman Nidhi of Rs. One crore and the government service to one member of the martyr’s family will be given. Along with this, one residential flat will be given to the family in Datia city, martyr’s statue will be installed and the government institution will be named after him. It may be highlighted that Samman Nidhi of Rs. One crore each to the families of 6 martyr jawans of Police and Army has been given by the state government till now.

Consoling the father Pratap Singh Tomar and Mother Smt. Dropadi of the Martyr soldier, Chouhan told them that the Madhya Pradesh Government is with them, your family is our family and it is our moral duty to take care of the family, which we will perform.

Minister for Public Relations, Water Resources, Parliamentary Affairs Dr. Narottam Mishra, Members of Parliament Prabhat Jha, Rakesh Singh and Dr. Bhagirath Prasad, Vice Chairman of M.P. Text Book Corporation Avdhesh Nayak. MLA Ghanshyam Pironiya, other Public Representatives, Senior Officers of Administration and Police besides villagers in large number were also present at this moment of grief.-Window To News
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