India’s brave BSF son Narendra Singh ruthlessly murdered by Pakistani Troops

Once again, our Indian soldier sacrificed his life for the nation. If you are happy at home, it’s because of our soldiers’ sacrifices across the Line Of Control. This time, Narendra Singh happily died for the nation.

In a heartbreaking incident, a BSF soldier’s throat was cut and his eyes were scooped out by Pakistani troops along the international border near Jammu & Kashmir on Tuesday. Narendra Singh was the most honest head constable. Border Security Force told the media that the jawan’s mutilated body was found near the border.


Narendra Singh was an integral part of Border Security Force patrol that was on an important venture near the fence in a bid to clear tall elephant grass or “sarkanda”.

Earlier, the cricket-turned Prime Minister Imran Khan said that Pakistan wants friendship with India. When we all thought that tensions would come to a close to search for peace, a huge bust-up had once again triggered between India and Pakistan, putting their ties in danger.

“The firing of Pakistan side was retaliated by the patrol and they tactically extricated themselves. The patrol found one of their members missing,” the BSF said in a statement.

The jawans immediately called for reinforcements to launch a search operation for missing jawan. The area between the fence and the IB is “undulating, marshy and has thick sarkanda growth which made the search difficult”, the BSF said.

The mutilated jawan’s body with several wounds was found near the India-Pakistan fence after a search operation for six hours. The BSF waited till the end of the daylight to bring the soldier’s body back to the post.

Officials in the security establishment tell that the incident has been taken “very seriously” by the government, the foreign ministry as well as the Director General of Military Operations (DGMO).

Indian Security forces have imposed a “high alert” across the International Border and the Line of Control (LoC) following a ruthless killing. The BSF has also lodged a strong complaint with the Pakistan Rangers regarding the killing. BSK will look to avenge the killing of Narendra Singh.

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.