Why sacrifices of jawans are left uncovered?

Memory might not be the end of justice for the victims of persecution, but it’s surely the beginning. If no one even remembers their suffering, there’s little basis to hope for anything else good to happen. Martyrs are considered holy or are respected by their followers, becoming symbols of exceptional leadership and heroism in the face of difficult circumstances.

An Indian Army is continuously loosing its soldiers in a battle field, But no one cares. They are only memorable for short duration of time, but What then? every one forgets them.

Many army soldiers have martyred, tales of some of them are-

In January last year, 11-year-old Alka stood bravely in front of the corpse of her father Colonel MN Rai who was martyred while protecting the nation in Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir.

By the end of the year in November, another brave Indian soldier had been martyred in Kashmir. Colonel Santosh Y Mahadik lost his life while battling anti-national elements in Kupwara.

Corporal Gursewak Singh who had got married to 26-year-old Jaspreet Kaur only a month ago on November 18 was also martyred.

And here is the recent battle in which 8 soldiers were martyred in Pampore but 'at times even sacrifices of jawans are left uncovered' as the Upper castes of the village refused to allow a public land to be used for the cremation of the slain soldier, because he belonged to lower caste.

Terrorism is bleeding India. It is bleeding our brave soldiers many of whom departed even before their hair had started turning grey. But this shouldn't be seen as a mark of weakness of our soldiers.

But the question is, why government is not responding in this matter? Why this caste discrimination is getting higher? What about the soldiers sacrifices? At least people should respect them, if you are alive then only because of that lower cast Jawans.

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