Army Martyred Jawan Father Supporting BJP at PM Modi’s Rally
Nobody can forget the martyrdom of army jawan Aurangzeb, who was abducted and brutally killed bye the militants last year in Pulwana. Our country is having many heroes like him. Father of that Army Martyred Jawan is supporting PM Modi’s for the upcoming elections. On Sunday he joined BJP in presence of Narendra Modi at a public rally.
Rifleman’s Aurangzeb’s Father Mohammad Hanief is a resident of Rajauri, he joined the BJP along with former Army Officer, Lt Gen (Retd) Rakesh Kumar Sharma.
Mohammad Hanief, Long with Lt Gen (Retd) Rakesh Kumar Sharma, handed over a portrait of his martyred son Rifleman Aurangzeb to the prime minister as he welcomed them to the party.
Rifleman Aurangzeb was of 44 Rashtriya Rifles was abducted by militants when he was going to his home to celebrate Eid on June 14. He was abducted and killed by the terrorists in Pulwana district. He was also awarded by shaurya chakra posthumously.
While talking to him about BJP according to the sources his father words was that he have joined the BJP for its Pro-poor policies. He said PM Modi’s government is the best in the country which thinks about the poor peoples unlike the previous governments who just dont want to make a look over that problem.
After the martyrdom of Rifleman Aurangzeb, the Defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman and also the chief of Indian army staff Gen Bipin Rawat has visited separately to the family to express their condolences.
Earlier, state president of BJP Ravinder Raina announced the decision of Hanief and Sharma to join the party which was welcomed by the people with pro-party sloganeering.
Almost all senior BJP leaders including former Deputy Chief Minister Kavinder Gupta and national vice president BJP Avinash Rai Khanna were present at the Dias.
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