Another red martyr of Rajasthan: was posted at the border post in Jammu and Kashmir, suddenly fainted during patrol

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Another soldier of Jhunjhunu was martyred in the line of duty in Jammu and Kashmir. Havildar Naresh Singh was posted in the Army’s 7 Para SF unit at Chowkibal, Kupwara. On Thursday, he fainted while on patrol. He was taken to the Military Hospital, where doctors declared him brought dead.

District Sainik Welfare Officer Parvez Hussain said that Naresh Singh was a resident of Bagad area of ​​Jhunjhunu city. He had fainted while patrolling 168 MH Drumula on Thursday morning. The postmortem was not done till Thursday evening. According to the message from the Army Headquarters, the mortal remains of the Martyr Naresh will reach Jhunjhunu on 24th September at 10.30 am. His cremation will be done in Bagad.

Naresh’s elder brother Suresh Singh told that when he got a call at 10 am on Thursday, it was found that he had been martyred. Naresh’s uncle told that Naresh’s posting was in Agra till this month. They had come to Jhunjhunu only 5-6 days back. Left for Srinagar the same day. His posting was done in Jammu and Kashmir only 5-6 days ago. Naresh’s wife Sudesh and children Manvi (11) and Naman (7) live in Agra.

Mourning Singh family in Bagad.  The news of the martyrdom of the king was received on Thursday morning.

Naresh’s house is in the bypass area in Bagad of Jhunjhunu city. Naresh was the middle of three brothers. He has elder brother Suresh Singh and younger brother Mukesh Singh. Naresh’s daughter and son are students of class 5 and 3 in Agra itself. After getting information about the martyrdom of the king, there is a ruckus in his house in Bagad. Suresh cried while talking about the martyrdom of his younger brother.

Shaheed Naresh Singh belongs to Sangwan village of Bhiwani district of Haryana. Coming from there, he had taken land in Jhunjhunu’s Bagad 10 years ago and built a house there in the bypass area. The first posting of the king was Agra. That’s why the family lived with him in Agra.

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Rajendra was a resident of village Maligaon in Chidawa town of Jhunjhunu district.  He went on duty only on July 16 after spending a holiday in the village.

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