Staff Reporter, Bhopal
Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that entire state is proud of sacrifice of martyr Shri Yashveer Singh who laid down his life for safeguarding country’s borders.
A memorial will be built at Bhopal to perpetuate memories of martyrs so that country’s young generation can draw inspiration from them. The Chief Minister said this at Sabalgarh in Morena district today.
He visited residence of martyr Shri Yashveer Singh at Sabalgarh to pay tributes to him. He consoled the bereaved family. On the occasion, he also announced to provide a 60X40 residential plot and job to one member of the family.
MP Shri Narendra Singh Tomar, local MLS Shri Suresh Choudhary, District BJP President Shri Anoop Singh Bhadoriya, Nagar Palika Chairman Shri Deepak Choudhary, Chambal Commissioner Shri Shivanand Dube, IG Chambal Range Shri S.M. Afzal, former MLA Shri Meharban Singh Rawat and members of the martyr’s family were present on the occasion.
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan consoling the bereaved family, said that the State Government is committed to extend every possible assistance to them. He said that one family member will be provided government job.
Shri Chouhan said that citizens of Sabalgarh will also play important role in taking care of the bereaved family. He said that people of Chambal are brave who boldly face the enemy on country’s borders. Shri Yashveer Singh was among these brave people who gave a tough fight to Naxalites till his last breath. He assured to provided a 60X40 residential plot to the family at Morena or Gwalior.
MP Shri Tomar said that Chief Minister Shri Chouhan has come among you people to pay tributes to martyr Shri Yashveer whose sacrifice for the country will always be remembered.
The Chief Minister consoled and showed affection to 20-year-old daughter Namrata, 16-year-old Shivani and 12-year-old son Vinayak. He reiterated commitment to ensure better education of Namrata, Shivani and Vinayak.