The ties between India and Pakistan has only added more fuel to the fire when India’s brave BSF jawan Narendra Singh was ruthlessly murdered by the Pakistani troops at the defence. Ever since the news hit the headlines, Indians couldn’t take this to heart as they vent out anger at Pakistan on the social media platform.
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. Border Security Force had voiced out that they will soon avenge the killing of their jawan.
Union home minister Rajnath Singh addressed reporters that he spoke to BSF chief KK Sharma on the day the deceased of the BSF jawan was discovered at the India-Pakistan border. A home ministry official said the BSF, that shields the international border, has been given a freedom to react to such incidents at the border.
“The BSF has been asked to give an appropriate reply to the murder of BSF jawan by the Pakistani forces,” the official added. India lost a brave BSF son and over hundreds of people gathered at Thana Kalan village in Haryana’s Sonipat district on Thursday for the BSF jawan’s cremation. Army Jawan’s mortal remains were cremated with full state honours.
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”.
Following an unsurprising attack by Pakistani forces on Tuesday, Narendra Singh was found with several bullet injuries as his throat was slit and in addition to that, an attempt was made to scoop his eyes out.