Jammu: Inspector General CRPF, Jammu Zone Abhay Vir Chauhan on Friday said the force will remain indebted to the families of martyrs and bravehearts, who sacrificed their lives for the nation.
”The Force will always remain indebted to the families of Martyrs and our bravehearts, who gave supreme sacrifice for the Nation,” Mr Chauhan said, while speaking on the Raising Day of CRPF here at CRPF camp Dheerti Dharore.
He saluted the martyrdom of Havaldar Harvinder Singh, pertinently, while saving the life of a pilgrim from a falling stone, Havildar Harvinder sacrificed his life.
The entire nation bowed to his martyrdom and he was awarded Prime Minister ‘Jiwan Raksha Padak’ for his brave act.
In this series, about 1000 saplings were planted by CRPF officers and personnel at Dheerti Dharore camp.
It reiterated commitment of the Force towards environment protection and afforestation.
Mr Chauhan felicitated those officers and personnel of the Force who are awarded Director General’s Commendation Discs and Commendation Certificate for their outstanding performances in Operational and Administrative fields.
To solidify its public friendly image and establish a better co-ordination with public, Band team of Group Centre Bantalab played its melodious tunes here at Wave Mall, Jammu.
Tunes like ‘Ai mere watan k logon’ and ‘Jahan daal daal par sone ki chidiya karti hai basera’ filled the atmosphere with patriotism.