Jamshedpur, July 9: First martyrdom day of Kishan Kumar Dubey, the slain BSF soldier from Jamshedpur, who died fighting for his motherland at a border outpost in north Kashmir on July 9, 2015, was observed by Brahman Yuva Shakti Sangh at Tatanagar Railway Station chowk on Saturday.
Headed by senior convener of the sangh, Appu Tiwary and several residents from different parts of the city paid rich tributes to martyr Kishan by garlanding his portrait. Dharamraj Dubey, father of martyr Kishan Dubey, was the chief guest on the occasion.
Hundreds of people gathered at the venue holding the Tricolor in their hands and shouted patriotic slogans and pledged to serve the country. Martyr’s father Dharamraj Dubey addressing the gathering called for dedicated service towards the nation.
Appu Tiwary said, “Kishan laid his life serving for the country, but even one year after his martyrdom, the announcement made by the central government is yet to be fulfilled.
Tiwary further said, “In honor of Kishan, a statue of martyr will be installed and the place will be developed as Shakti Sthal. Sangh has been working in this direction and we have demanded support for the railways and local MP,” added Tiwary.
Chief convener of the sangh Bablu Vajpayee, AJSU leader Kamlesh Dubey, yuoth leader Sanjay Mishra, social worker Ramnath Dubey, Uday Mishra, B N Singh, Sagar Mishra, Ankit Anand, Abhishek Ojha, Abhishek Pandey, Abhay Pandey, Arun Shukla, Veer Singh, Satish Tiwary, Parveen Prasad and others were present on the occasion.