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Do you know what was missed mostly by a
lmost every one us?
You don’t plan for one & you can’t notice when it occurs.
But unlike this, what if you missed a miracle but recognized you have a chance to capture the next.
There were so many stars on the earth out of which 40 stars were lost on 14th January never finding a way to back to either us or their families.
This is maybe because you are busy celebrating only with your loved ones & even caring about your neighbors, while these stars travel so long to share happiness to a selfish you leaving behind their own families.
They don’t get love from you, at least what they deserved and so they are returned home or there can be any other reasons.
The only thing, we should be doing was caring for them, but now they are lost, we have to take care of their families & the rest of the stars.
The stars that are lost.
1. Awadhesh Kumar Yadav, Bahadurpur, Mughalsarai, Chandauli, Uttar Pradesh
2. Pankaj Kumar Tripathi, Maharajganj, Uttar Pradesh
3. Vijay Kumar Maurya, Chapia Jaydev, Bhatni, Deoria, Uttar Pradesh
4. Amit Kumar, Raipur, Shamli, Uttar Pradesh
5. Ramvkil, Vinaikpur, Mainpuri, Uttar Pradesh
6. Pradeep Kumar, Banat, Shamli, Uttar Pradesh
7. Ramesh Yadav, Tofapur, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh
8. skills Kumar Rawat, Kehrai, Agra, Uttar Pradesh
9. Pradi Singh, Ajan, Kannauj, Uttar Pradesh
10. Shyam Babu, Raygwan, Kanpur countryside, Uttar Pradesh
11. Ajit Kumar Azad, Loknagr, Unnao, Uttar Pradesh
12. Virendra Singh, Mohammadpur urea, Udham Singh Nagar, Uttarakhand
13. Mohan Lal Bnkot , Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand
14. Ratan Kumar Thakur, Ratanpur, Bhagalpur, Bihar
15. Sanjay Kumar Sinha, Masoudi, Patna, Bihar
16. Vijay Sorang, Banagutu, Gumla, Jharkhand
17. Nitin Shivaji Rathore, Buldana, Maharashtra
18. Jitaram, Sunderwali, Bharatpur, Rajasthan
19. Kulwinder Singh, Rowley, Anandpur Sahib, Punjab
20. Maneshwar Basumatary, Tamulpur, Baska, Assam
21. Naseer Ahmed, Dodasan, Rajouri, Jammu and Kashmir
22. Jaimal Singh, Dharmkot, Moga, Punjab
23. Sukhjinder Singh, bar, Trnta Rather, Punjab
24. Tilak, Jawali, Kangra, Himachal Pradesh
25. Rohitas Lamba, Shahpura, Jaipur, Rajasthan
26. Vasant Kumar, Wayathyri, Wayanad, Kerala
27. G Subramanym, Sblperi, Tuticorin, Tamil Nadu
28. Master H, Dodi, Mandya, karnataka
29. Manoj Kumar Behera, Ratanpur, Cuttack, Odisha
30. Narayan Lal Gurjar, Binaul, Rajsamand, Rajasthan
31. Hemraj Meena, Vinod Art, Kota, Rajasthan
32. Sanjay Rajput, Lakhani, Buldhana, Maharashtra
33. Maninder Singh, Aryanagar, Deenanagar, Gurdaspur, Punjab
34. Ashwini Kumar Kachi, Kudawal, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh
35. Sudeep Biswas, Hanspuria, Nadia, West Bengal
36. Shivchandar C, Karagudi, Arialur, Tamilnadu
(2 martyrs have not been identified yet)
If you still feel responsible, here is how at least you can care for their families.
India’s Brave Hearts: BHARAT KE VEER
Visit www.bharatkeveer.gov.in and donate directly to the forces.
Army Welfare Fund Casualties:
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