Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh placed wreath and paid courteous tribute to mortal remains of STF personnel, martyred in Sukma naxal attack that occurred at Police Line in Jagdalpur Headquarters of Bastar Division, yesterday evening. Home Minister Ramsevak Paikra, School Education and Tribal Caste Development Minister Mr. Kedar Kashyap, MLAs Mr. Santosh Bafna and Mr. Mahesh Gagda, Jila Panchayat President Jagdalpur Mrs. Jabita Mandawi, State Government's Chief Secretary Mr. Vivek Dhand, Director General of Police Mr. AN Upadhyay and Special Director General of Police (Operation) of CRPF Mr.
Rich tributes were paid to all 14 security personnel including 12 troopers two officers from Central Reserve Police Force, who were brutally killed during a Naxal ambush on Monday in Sukma district at CAF 4th Battalion Shaheed Smarak ground by Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, Governor Balramji Das Tandon, Chief Minister Dr.
Governor Balramji Das Tandon paid tribute to martyrs at Amar Jyoti memorial in Jallianwala Bagh, during his recent visit to Amritsar. Governor said that large number of people had sacrificed their lives at Jallianwala Bagh for the country, at the time when entire nation was struggling for freedom. Nation will always remember their sacrifice. He said that we have gained our freedom through a long and arduous struggle and sacrifice of many people so we must do sincere efforts to keep the freedom intact.
Governor Shekhar Dutt paid rich floral tributes to the martyrs here at Shaheed Vatika situated in Rajeev Smriti Van on Monday. Senior administrative officials of state, senior police officials and officials of Indian Army. Indian Air Force, Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) and other Armed Forces were also present on the occasion.
Governor Shekhar Dutt has dedicated the system in which information about martyrs and the act of their martyrdom can be gained through the medium of touch screen and multimedia at the newly built interpretation hall that is situated near the main entrance of Energy Park and Rajiv Smriti Van in the state capital. It is for the citizens to know about the martyrs free of charges.
On the occasion of Army Day, Officiating Commander Chhattisgarh Odisha Sub Area (COSA), all officers, JCOs and jawans of COSA placed wreaths at the Shaheed Vatika, Rajiv Smriti Van as a mark of respect to the surpreme sacrifice and indomitable velour and courage shown by the Indian soldiers during war in India and abroad in various campaigns. A two minute silence was also observed in reverence of all those valiant soldiers, who have made the supreme sacrifice in the line of duty for the Nation.
After attending the main programme of Police Memorial Day at Mana, Governor Shekhar Dutt along with other senior officials paid homage to the martyrs by laying flower wreath at the Amar Jawan Stambh at Shaheed Vatika at Rajeev Memorial Park. On the occasion, Governor said that the tradition of paying homage to martyrs and even the common citizens should be informed regarding this.
Minister for School Education, Public Works Department (PWD) as also Culture and Tourism, Brijmohan Agrawal paid his floral tributes to Mahatma Gandhi, on his death anniversary in Town hall premises. The day is being observed as Martyr's Day. Minister Agrawal also recalled the sacrifices of many other freedom fighters on the occasion.
Governor Shekhar Dutt offered his floral tributes to martyrs at the newly-built Amar jawan Stambh in the Shaheed Vatika of Rajiv Smriti Van, on the occasion of martyr's day being observed to make death anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi on January 30. A contingent of armed forces, paramilitary forces and police personnel also gave salutations on this occasion and a two minute silence was observed in the honor of martyrs during the freedom struggle. Governor Shekhar Dutt als planted a Chandan sapling in the Shaheed Vatika while describing them to be memoirs of our martyrs.
Governor Shekhar Dutt paid this tributes to the martyrs at Shahid Vatika in Rajiv Van on Tuesday, January 15 on the occasion of Army Day. Governor also offered garlands to the Lance Nayak Hemraj and Lance Nayak Sudhakar Singh, recently martyred by Pakistani troops near the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir.