Bihar’s Math guru announces Free IIT coaching to students of martyrs’ families

Ever since Pulwama tragedy happened on the 14th day of this month, the whole nation is in shock. The nation lost 44 brave soldiers in a suicide blast done by terrorist Adil Ahmad Dar, while the army convoy was moving on a national highway.

The terrorist had loaded an SUV with 350 kg of RDX under the front seat, before ramming into one of the convoy buses carrying 44 CRPF personnel. The Indians expressed grief and sorrow on the social media, carried out marches on roads against terrorists and neighbouring country Pakistan.

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Many cricketers, movie stars and athletes came forward to show their protest. In addition, people made donations worth crores of rupees for the families of 44 Jawans through several websites.
But a math guru from Patna, Bihar has extended his hand to not just the families of Pulwama martyrs, but the whole army.

He has assured to help all those who are serving in the Indian army. Kislay Sharma has done his study from New York, and he already serves the country in his own way. He provides free education to the poor and needy children and has adopted some of the orphan kids.

Kislay has announced that he will give free coaching for IIT JEE exams to students belonging to army families.

Mrityunjay Chaubey is the editor in chief at The Youth. He hails from Indore. Before The Youth, He worked for Indian Defence News as a columnist and was a reporter at two other sports portals.