UP to give all help to BSF martyrs

LUCKNOW, June 3:
The village of Border Security Force (BSF) jawan Satya Narayan Yadav, resident of Bamspar Baida village in cantonment area of Deoria district, was in deep pain after he attained martyrdom in cross border shelling by Pakistani army at Akhnoor sector late on Saturday night.
Satya Narayan was ASI in 33rd battalion of BSF and was deployed in Akhnoor area in Jammu & Kashmir. In unprovoked firing by Pakistani army he died after bullet injuries. Constable Vijay Kumar Singh, hailed from Fatehpur district was also martyred in the shelling.
Wife of Satya Narayan, Shushila Devi attended the call from BSF control room at around 0500  hours today and fainted after hearing the information of her husband’s demise. Whole village gathered at his house to express their grief.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has expressed his grief over the death of BSF Jawans and assured the families of the deceased of every possible help. In a statement released here, CM Yogi said that martyrdom of our brave soldiers like ASI Satya Narayan Yadav and constable Vijay Kumar Pandey will be remembered for ever. He said that Government stands with the families of martyrs and every possible help will be provided to them.
Rajesh Yadav, son of martyr Satya Narayan Yadav, said that he will avenge his father’s death after joining Army. He said that our Army should give befitting reply to cowards who attack in nights. “We are three brothers, eldest is with special abilities but we two want to join Army to avenge our father’s death”, Rajesh said with tears in his eyes, while his grandfather Ayodhya Yadav said that he was proud on his son’s martyrdom and he wanted that his other sons should also join Army to fight for our country. (UNI)