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JKFFA pays tributes to army soldiers killed in avalanche
Jammu, January 28: Rich tributes were paid to the Indian Army soldiers who were killed by avalanche in the glacier in Srinagar, at a programme organized by Jammu and Kashmir Freedom Fighters Association (JKFFA) at Dogra Shaurya Stambh Amphalla, here on Saturday under the chairmanship of JKFFA President Ved Gandotra.

The speakers, who spoke on the occasion, said that the brave soldiers had sacrificed their lives for the nation and set a worthy example for all others to emulate.

Ved Gandotra said that the demise of soldiers was very tragic and the entire society should salute the martyrdom. He said that such sacrifices of the defence personnel had played a key role in protecting the country from the attack of enemies and maintaining its unity.

He urged the people to contribute their might for the overall development of the country in all spheres.

"We all people of Jammu and Kashmir salute them for their bravery and they fights with strong will and for the cause of our nation," Gandotra said.

Speakers said at the difficult terrain the soldiers have to take care of in the border to keep the enemies at bay.

The soldiers sacrifice their present life for the betterment of the country's future, they said adding that the people should not forget the brave warriors who left their lives in the border.

A two-minute silence was also observed in the memory of all those who sacrificed their lives for the nation.

The prominent persons present were Rajiv Mahajan (State President Shri Ram Sena), Pritam Sharma (State President Kranti Dal), Punnet Arora, Gaurav Chopra, Sanjiv Luthra, Tej Ram Dogra, Prabhat Kapahi, Binny Mahajan, S Rajinder Singh, Raj Kumar Tyagi and Others.

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