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Manohar pays homage to martyr Mangal Singh at Ladoli
1/12/2019 11:10:55 PM
Early Times Report

KATHUA, Jan 12: President District Congress Committee (DCC) Kathua and former minister Dr Manohar Lal Sharma today paid heart full homage to Shaheed Mangal Singh, at his ancestral village Ladoli, panchay at Mangloor East in district Kathua. Singh had sacrificed his life for the nation while fighting the terrorists at Shah Post, district Poonch on January 12, 2002 while on line of duty.
Payying rich tributes to the martyr, Dr Sharma said Mangal Singh is a role model for many youths of the area and he sat true example of honesty, dedication and love for his country by sacrificing his life. He further said for a nation to prosper it should never forget its martyrs and also war veterans and stated that its our duty to remember and honour the supreme sacrifices made by Duggars during the wars of 1947,1965, 1971, Kargil war and present proxy war led by Pakistan in the state. He thanked the war veterans present during the function and said we people should feel proud and blessed that such great people are within us who served country in tough times and make the Dogras and people of state proud. He pointed that J&K state and especially district Kathua has old history of serving and making sacrifices for preserving the culture, peace and respect of the country and termed district Kathua as land of martyrs. Dr Sharma said maintaining the democratic process, peace and prosperity of the country was as difficult as achieving the independence and he thanked all belt forces for maintaining the same and safeguarding the borders from time to time. During the function people made demand of renaming the link road after the martyr to which Dr Sharma said that he will present their demand to government and will make sure that it is fulfilled at the earliest.
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