The dream of the BSF jawan remained elusive, the father lost his life before naming his son


BanglaHunt Desk: BSF jawans in the border areas of the country) He is always standing with his chest wide open in front of the bullets of the enemy. The Indian army is also ready to give their lives to protect Mother India. It is heard every day that the brave soldiers of this country are being martyred by the enemy in the border areas.

The BSF jawan was involved in the accident

Habildar Bharat Singh, a resident of Pipra in the Banshgaon police station area of ​​Gorakhpur district in Uttar Pradesh, like five other Indian Army personnel. While on duty in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, a truck collided head-on with his car in front of the Safron Hotel in Agolai in the Balsar police station area late on Thursday night.

BSF Habildar lost his life

BSF Habildar Bharat Singh was seriously injured at the spot. Habildar Bharat Singh died on the way to the government hospital in Balesar. The news of the BSF jawan's death cast a shadow of mourning over the entire family.

The dream remained elusive

The deceased has two daughters, a son and his wife in his family. The eldest daughter Antra Singh is 10 years old and the youngest daughter Chanchan Singh is 6 years old. But his son is only 2 months old. He was also scheduled to attend the boy's naming ceremony next month. BSF Habildar Bharat Singh's dream of naming his son remained elusive. Arrangements are being made to bring the body of the jawan to Gorakhpur through BSF Airlines.