URI Attack: Soldier’s Daughters Wept But Didn’t Stop Studying


As India's authority strategized in gatherings around a reaction to the Uri terror attack  in which 18 fighters were murdered, a grief stricken father in Bihar proclaimed: "If the government fails to take stern action, I will never let any of my sons join the army again."

Mathura Yadav's child, Naik Sunil Kumar Vidyarthi, was among the officers killed on Sunday in the attack on an armed force base in Uri by psychological oppressors of the Jaish-e-Mohammed, whose boss Masood Azhar is situated in Pakistan. "Pakistan ought to be given strict discipline," Mr Yadav said on Tuesday at his town in Gaya, where hundreds assembled for his child's burial service. As Sunil Kumar Vidyarthi's family dove into pain in the wake of learning of his demise, his little girls were get ready for their exams. 

With help and backing from their mom, 13-year-old Arati and 8-year-old Anshika composed their exams. Arati, a class 8 understudy who exceeds expectations in studies, says it was her dad's fantasy that she contemplate aeronautical building in IIT. 

"My dad would dependably say no trade off with exams. Regardless," said Arati. "I need to end up a specialist, my more youthful sister needs to be a specialist." Arati and her kin Anshika, Anshu and Aryan drove their dad's burial service parade. 

In spite of her granddad's irate words, Arati said given the chance, she might want to join the armed force. "I am glad for my dad since he didn't kick the bucket… he relinquished his life for the country. I needed to join IIT Delhi… presently I don't know whether it will be conceivable," she said.