Meerut News: Negligence was committed in honor of the martyr Major Manoj Talwar

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Meerut

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Updated June 19, 2021 6:28 PM IST

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The martyrdom of Major Manoj Talwar, who was martyred in the Battle of Kargil, has no value here. The negligence of the officials has come to the fore.

Statue of Major Martyr Manoj Talwar installed at the Commissionerate Crossroads in Meerut.
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One was Major Manoj Talwar. Who was martyred at the Battle of Kargil. When the body got home, the postman came back and forth with the letter. Major Manoj wrote this letter the day before his ordeal, when he was sitting in a bunker at minus 40 degrees, surrounded by cannon balls. Even in such an environment he had written the same thing, dear mom and dad … take care of yourselves. Don’t worry about me. If I come, I won’t come until after victory, even if I come wrapped in the tricolor. Today we apologize to such a martyr’s son. Today our Meerut, labeled Krantidhara, could not even save the statue of such martyrs. Major Manoj We are ashamed … Your martyrdom is worth so much here. This is not a movie story. This is the reality of your revolution and the working style of the officers published here. Major Manoj Talwar was martyred in the Battle of Kargil on June 13, 1999. When the body came home, people from Muzaffarnagar came here. There was no way to enter the street for several kilometers. Until the sun becomes moon, Manoj tera naam rahega … Slogans echoed. The MPs, MLAs, ministers and officers did not know who was making promises. Captain PL Talwar, a defensive colony resident who was the army captain, kept shedding tears in the grief of the soldier’s son. He was sure that his son’s ordeal would be recognized in Meerut, but it turned out to be his fault.

A statue of Major Manoj Talwar was placed at the intersection of the Mawana bus station. After a few years, when the intersection was beautified, the statue of Manoj Talwar was placed from there. on the pavement. Where people used to drink every day. He used to take off his slippers.

There is no such offense to the martyr. Your newspaper Amar Ujala has launched a campaign and re-erected the martyr statue at the crossroads. But the stone that was laid here was the date of Major Manoj’s martyrdom, which was June 23 instead of June 13.

MP wrote the letter and had the date corrected

Five days ago, on June 13, the day of Major Manoj’s martyrdom, MP Rajendra Agrawal wrote a letter to the mayor asking him to correct this date. All of the city’s top officials have made statements that the date will be corrected. On Friday, the city society also did the job by sending craftsmen to the stone slab. It would have been better if you sent it to an educated person.
Take a look at the carelessness of who the government pays a hefty salary to whom the government gives a car and a bungalow. Those showing the prestige as government officials probably didn’t even have time to go there. Because of this, the date of Major Manoj’s martyrdom was incorrect, but when the statue was unveiled here on July 22, 2002, the date of this stone was changed to June 13, 2002. This means that the exact date of the statue’s unveiling was also incorrect. The stone on the side, on which the wrong date of the martyrdom of Manoj Talwar is written, must not be seen by the officers-employees of the government departments … or deliberately turned a blind eye … think that today the martyr is one little.

The engineers who left said the mistake was made because of confusion. This bug will be fixed on Saturday. Yashwant Kumar, Chief Engineer Municipal Corporation

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One was Major Manoj Talwar. Who was martyred at the Battle of Kargil. When the body got home, the postman came back and forth with the letter. Major Manoj wrote this letter the day before his ordeal, when he was sitting in a bunker at minus 40 degrees, surrounded by cannon balls. Even in such an environment he had written the same thing, dear mom and dad … take care of yourselves. Don’t worry about me. If I come, I won’t come until after victory, even if I come wrapped in the tricolor. Today we apologize to such a martyr’s son. Today our Meerut, labeled Krantidhara, could not even save the statue of such martyrs. Major Manoj We are ashamed … Your martyrdom is worth so much here.

This is not a movie story. This is the reality of your revolution and the working style of the officers published here. Major Manoj Talwar was martyred in the Battle of Kargil on June 13, 1999. When the body came home, people from Muzaffarnagar came here. There was no way to enter the street for several kilometers. Until the sun remains the moon, Manoj tera naam rahega … Slogans echoed. MPs, MLAs, ministers and officers do not know who made which promises. Captain PL Talwar, a defensive colony resident who was the army captain, kept shedding tears in the grief of the soldier’s son. He was sure that his son’s ordeal would be recognized in Meerut, but it turned out to be his fault.

A statue of Major Manoj Talwar was placed at the intersection of the Mawana bus station. After a few years, when the intersection was beautified, the statue of Manoj Talwar was placed from there. on the pavement. Where people used to drink every day. He used to take off his slippers.

There is no such offense to the martyr. Your newspaper Amar Ujala has launched a campaign and re-erected the martyr statue at the crossroads. But the stone that was laid here was the date of Major Manoj’s martyrdom, which was June 23 instead of June 13.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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