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Sanjeevani Sharda Kendra pays homage to 1947-48 Martyrs
2/11/2024 9:55:15 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Feb 11: Sanjeevani Sharda Kendra organized a solemn memorial function at Sharda Bhawan, Bohri, Jammu, to honor the forgotten sacrifices of the brave souls who laid down their lives during the Pakistani invasion of 1947-48. The event served as a poignant reminder of the valiant efforts made by individuals from diverse communities to uphold the integrity and sovereignty of India. As a mark of respect, a two-minute silence was observed to commemorate the supreme sacrifice of the Indian army and those who fell victim to selective killings during the tumultuous period. The chief guest, Mr. R K Chhibber, a member of the advisory committee of POJK, shed light on the harrowing incidents of the Pakistani invasion and emphasized the importance of reclaiming Pakistan Occupied Jammu Kashmir as an integral part of India. Addressing the audience as the keynote speaker, Dr. Ramesh Taimri evoked strong emotions by recounting the heart-rending tales of the 1947-48 period, as documented in his recently published book ‘Pakistan’s Invasion in J&K 1947-48’.
Dr. Taimri underscored the need for factual narratives to counter misconceptions surrounding the events of that time, asserting that the incidents detailed in his book are supported by verifiable facts and evidence.
Dr. Maharaj Krishan Bharat, Chairman of Sanjeevani Sharda Kendra, paid heartfelt tributes to the martyrs of 1947-48, emphasizing the imperative of reconstructing the historical narrative. Dr. Bharat clarified that the invasion was not a tribal attack but a meticulously planned infiltration by Pakistani soldiers, resulting in the loss of significant portions of Jammu and Kashmir.
Echoing Dr. Bharat’s sentiments, Dr. Bharati Kaushal Bhat recounted the tragic tales of families affected by the Pakistani invasion, emphasizing the widespread devastation inflicted upon innocent civilians. The ceremony, conducted by Mr. Radheshyam, featured a stirring patriotic song by Lakshra Raina, stirring patriotic fervor among the attendees.
The event commenced with the ceremonial lighting of the lamp and concluded with a collective prayer, underscoring the collective resolve to honor the memory of the brave martyrs and uphold the sanctity of their sacrifices.
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