Tamil Nadu: Galwan Valley Soldier who was martryed; his wife gets job
Tamil Nadu: Galwan Valley Soldier who was martryed; his wife gets job

The martyr's of Galwan Valley will always be remembered by the citizen of India. P Vanathi Devi, the wife of an Indian soldier who was martyred in the India-China face-off in June, has been posted as a Revenue Inspector in the Civil Supply Department. Her job comes in addition to the aid of Rs 20 lakh which was handed over to the family. Havildar Pazhani, who got martyred, belonged to Kadukkaloor village in Tamil Nadu's Ramanathapuram and had served the Indian army for 22 years. He was martyred in a violent face-off between the Indian and Chinese troops in Galwan Valley in Ladakh on June 15. 

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The Martyr had been a source of motivation for villagers in the area he hailed from and several young lads had followed his footsteps and served the armed forces, including his brother who is posted in Rajasthan. Pazhani is survived by two children, a 12-year-old son and an 8-year-old daughter. Vanathi Devi, his wife, who has received the posting, is a degree holder, as per the reports and worked as a clerk in a college in Ramanathapuram district.

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Havildar Pazhani was laid to rest with military honors and both the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and Opposition leaders showed their gratitude and respect for his service. In the state of Telangana, the wife of another Galwan Valley martyr, Colonel B Santhosh Babu, was appointed as Deputy Collector in July. Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao had met Santoshi, the wife of the deceased colonel, and the family had also been given Rs 5 crore by the Telangana government.

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