BSF jawan Gurnam Singh, who laid down his life in the cross border firing with Pakistani Rangers in Jammu, will be cremated at his native village on Monday with full state honours.
Twenty Six-year-old Gurnam Singh, succumbed to his injuries late last night after being injured in a sniping attack from across the border on Friday.
Seven personnel of Pakistani Rangers, the border force of Pakistan, and a terrorist were killed when BSF retaliated against a ceasefire violation in which Gurnam was injured.
The family of the BSF jawan Gurnam Singh, plead Modi government to build proper medical facilities for BSF jawans in the Jammu area so that â€˜no other son of the nation has to go without proper treatementâ€™. Â
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