Uri Attack: State Funeral For Soldiers


GUMLA/KHUNTI: State burial service was on Tuesday concurred to the fighters who passed on in Uri – Nayaman Kujur of Gumla and Javra Munda of Khunti – who were among the 18 killed by terrorist attack in Kashmir even as a candlelight march was taken out in the memory of the warriors.

Commander Vijendra Singh spoke to the Sikh Regiment as the last trumpet sounded the post at Uru town in Gumla locale where Nayaman Kujur's memorial service occurred.

Jharkhand Revenue and Land Reforms Minister Amar Bauri, administrator Shiv Shankar Oraon, CRPF Commandant VP Singh, Deputy Commandant Vishal Kumar, Deputy Commissioner Sarvan Sahay and a few different authorities and regular citizens were available on the event.

Javra Munda was likewise agreed state memorial service in the neighboring Khunti locale within the sight of Jharkhand Rural Development Minister Nilkant Singh Munda, ADGP Rezi Dungdung, MLA Poulis Surin, Deputy Commissioner Chandrasekhar,

Administrator of Police Anis Gupta and a few others as the last trumpet sounded the post. Then, a few people, including columnists, took out a candlelight walk close to the Elbert Ekka statue in Ranchi.