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Sun, 24 Mar 2019

Northeast Today

Manipur Gorkha Students Held Candlelit Vigil as a Tribute to Martyred Soldiers

Manipur Gorkha Students Held Candlelit Vigil as a Tribute to Martyred Soldiers
February 18
14:31 2019

NET Bureau, Kaybie Chongloi

 

People of Gorkhas in Manipur under the aegis of All Manipur Gorkha Students’ Union held a massive candlelight vigil at Kanglatongbi in Manipur as a marked of tribute to the martyred Indian soldiers in a terrorist attacked at Pulwama in Jammu & Kashmir on February 14.

 

The student body also held a condolence service at its office at Kanglatongbi before the candlelight vigil at around 5 pm where various state level civil society organizations including Kanglatongbi Gram Panchayat also participated in paying homage to the martyred soldiers and prayed for bereaved families.

 

The Gorkha people from Kanglatongbi and its adjoining areas including men and women, boys and girls, old and young converged in huge numbers gathered near the National Highway 2 at Kanglatongbi to show solidarity with the Indian Forces and pay tributes to the brave martyrs who lost their lives on the line of duty.

 

The gathering while joining hands in condemning the dastardly attack on soldiers in the strongest term expressed the deepest condolence to the martyred soldiers and prays for eternal peace. It also expressed heartfelt sorrow and prays for patience, courage, and strength to the bereaved families while they bear the irreparable loss of the nation.

 

“Remembering the wonderful sacrifice for the nation the martyred soldiers will forever remain in our hearts and Indian History forever”, said LB Adhikari, President AMGSU while urging the people of Manipur to stand with them and pledge solidarity with the family of martyred soldiers.

 

“Jai Jawan” was also written with a candlelit as a mark of respect and tribute to the brave hearts CRPF jawan who sacrifice their lives for the nation in the deadly terrorist attack.

 

 

 

 

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