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Parkash Singh Badal visits martyrs’ kin, says country indebted

Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal on Monday visited the families of the jawans killed in the Pathankot airbase attack and promised them all help from the government.

punjab Updated: Jan 04, 2016 18:31 IST
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Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal visiting the bereaved family members of Havildar Kulwant Singh, who was martyred during the counter insurgency operation at the Pathankot Air Base, in Gurdaspur on Monday.
Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal visiting the bereaved family members of Havildar Kulwant Singh, who was martyred during the counter insurgency operation at the Pathankot Air Base, in Gurdaspur on Monday. (HT Photo)

Chief minister Parkash Singh Badal on Monday visited the families of the jawans killed in the Pathankot airbase attack and promised them all help from the government.

Badal visited Chak Sharif and Jhanda Gujjran, the hometowns of martyrs Kulwant Singh and Fateh Singh respectively, and condoled with their kin, saying the soldiers’ sacrifice will always be remembered.

“They (jawans) will go down as immortal names in the history of our great nation,” Badal told the bereaved families.

“The country will always be indebted to them.”

Badal visited Chak Sharif and Jhanda Gujjran, the hometowns of martyrs Kulwant Singh and Fateh Singh respectively, and condoled with their kin, saying the soldiers’ sacrifice will always be remembered. (HT Photo)

The chief minister also paid tribute to the other security personnel killed in the attack and lauded the role of the personnel of the National Security Guard (NSG), the army and the Punjab Police for killing the terrorists and defending the Pathankot airbase.