By RK Sinha On Tuesday evening, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has given a strong message in his address to the nation by putting 21 days of lockout across the country. It is “n bhuto n bhavishyati” means it neither happened in the past nor will happen in future. But, this message was very sensible […]
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Jamshedpur, Sept 11: Hundreds of citizens including youths and women paid rich tributes to Paramvir Chakra awardee and martyr Havildar Abdul Hamid on his death anniversary on Tuesday.
Addressing the gathering at a programme organized by the city-based social organization Naman, the outfit convenor Varun Kumar said Abdul Hamid had sacrificed his life for the country. The youths of today should take inspiration from such martyrs and follow in their footsteps, he said.
Another speaker Brijbhushan Singh too, appealed to youths to draw inspiration from the lives of martyrs.
Others present during the programme included Vinod Jha, Akhilesh Pandey, Mahesh Mishra, Sushil Padey, Shekhar Mukhi, Sourabh Pandey, Santlal Pathak and Ramkeval Mishra.