Right now is Valentine’s Day and many individuals are celebrating it, however at the present time has been recorded as a black day within the historical past of India. Within the 12 months 2019, such a giant accident occurred on at the present time, whose wounds are inexperienced until right now. On 14 February 2019, a terrorist of Jaish-e-Mohammed attacked the bus of CRPF personnel in a automobile loaded with explosives in Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir.
40 troopers had been martyred on this assault and this assault unfold fury throughout the nation. It was described as a cowardly act in Pakistan. This rage continues even right now. Remembering this incident, persons are nonetheless emotional and pay tribute to 40 martyred troopers. Bollywood participant Akshay Kumar has additionally remembered these martyrs and paid humble tribute.
Akshay Kumar is remembering
Akshay Kumar has shared an image. On this image, the names of 40 troopers killed within the Pulwama assault, the names of their battalions and the states associated to them are written. Akshay Kumar has written, “I’m remembering our braves of the Pulwama assault, we are going to ceaselessly be indebted to your supreme sacrifice.”
Watch Akshay Kumar’s tweet right here
– Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) February 14, 2021
5 crores to assist the martyrs’ household
Akshay Kumar gave a grant of 5 crore rupees for the 40 troopers killed on this accident of 2019. Other than this, he gave a grant quantity of Rs 15 lakh to the household of Jeet Ram Gurjar, a jawan of CRPAF who was martyred. This quantity was given to his spouse. For this, Vikram Singh, youthful brother of Jeet Ram Gurjar, thanked him. Not solely this, Akshay Kumar additionally appealed to his followers to present grant cash for the military. For this, he additionally requested for cooperation by way of India’s Veer App.
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