USA Music Producer ‘Marshmello’ pays tribute to ‘Pulwama martyrs’ in a 2-min video

In an exceptional way to pay tribute to 44 CRPF paramilitary troopers who lost their lives in the terror blast in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama, American electronic music producer and DJ Marshmello observed a two-minute silence before he sparked his concert at the Vh1 Supersonic 2019 in Pune on Sunday.

With the Indian flag in the background, DJ Marshmello said, “Two-minutes silence for the Indian soldiers who lost their lives in a terrorist attack.”

A day after the attack, DJ Marshmello expressed his condolences for “those affected by the Pulwama attack”.

No less than 44 CRPF paramilitary troopers lost their lives when a 20-year-old youth suicide bomber rammed a vehicle carrying over 350 kg of explosives into a CRPF convoy of 70 vehicles in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama district, in what was the deadliest attack in the last 3 decades.

Majority of the audience joined the American DJ Marshmellow in paying an exceptional tribute to the CRPF jawans at Vh1 Supersonic 2019 in Pune on Sunday.

“So many artistes performed at the festival, but it was only Marshmello, who remembered the jawans. I respect him even more now,” a fan told IANS after the show came to a close on the two-day festival.

After the end of the show, he thanked the audience by saying: “Thank you guys so much for making it so special. I’ll see you next time.”

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