November 29, 2021

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CM Chouhan pays tribute to martyr Dhirendra Tripathi at Padiya village

Team Absolute|Bhopal Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan reached Padiya village in Satna district with several public representatives today and laid a wreath on the mortal remains of martyr Dhirendra Tripathi. Chouhan said that Late Dhirendra laid down his life while protecting the country at the border. I pay tributes on behalf of all the citizens of Madhya Pradesh at the feet of this immortal martyr. Chouhan said that Shraddha Nidhi of Rs one crore will be provided to the family of martyr Tripathi, the true son of Bharat Mata. Chief Minister said that martyr Tripathi cannot be brought back but the state government stands with his family. Any one person of the family will be given a government job as per the wish of Late Tripathi’s wife or family. A school or any institution will be named after martyr Tripathi. Apart from this, the road of the village will also be named after the martyr. Chouhan reached Padiya village and paid tributes to CRPF jawan martyr Dhirendra Tripathi. He offered wreath on the body. Chouhan consoled martyr’s father Ramkalesh Tripathi, mother Urmila Tripathi and wife Sadhana Tripathi. Chouhan also discussed with Tripathi’s three-yearold son Kanha and other family members. Chouhan said that the statue of martyr Dhirendra Tripathi will be installed in the place fixed in consultation with the government school of the village or local public representatives of the martyr so that the coming generations can take inspiration from the martyrdom of this martyr and the idea of courage and patriotism can be strengthened further. This incident occurred two days back when Dhirendra Tripathi, posted at CRPF’s 110th battalion, Lethpura Pulwama, was at the front during operational duty at around 5 pm. At about the same time, the Indian Army jawan was seriously injured in a cowardly attack by terrorists. Dhirendra Tripathi was martyred in this attack. The attack was carried out when the jawans were successfully finishing their duty and coming back to the camp. Apart from Tripathi, Shailendra Pratap Singh of Rae Bareli, Uttar Pradesh was also martyred in the attack. Three other soldiers were seriously injured in this incident.

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