Shashikala had lost her sibling a while back, yet when she got hitched a couple of days prior, she had 50 siblings giving her a one of a kind bidayee from her folks’ home.
The associates of martyred Air Force Garud unit commando Jyoti Prakash Nirala, who was murdered battling fanatics at Bandipora, Jammu and Kashmir, on November 18, 2017, went to the wedding of his sister and, in an extraordinary signal, they stooped on the floor in two lines, hands on the floor, palms looking up, making a way so that their ‘sister’ could stroll to the husband and trade wreaths.
Nirala had gunned down two radicals, Ubaid moniker Osama, the nephew of Lashkar leader Lakhvi, and Mahmood Bhai. He kicked the bucket sparing the lives of harmed individual commandos. For his penance, he was given the Ashok Chakra, the most astounding peacetime military improvement for gutsy activity, on Republic Day, 2018. His mom Malti Devi and spouse Sushma got the honor from President Ram Nath Kovind.
The martyred commando was the main child among four offspring of minimal rancher Tej Narayan Singh of town Badiladih, in Karakat square of Rohtas region. Afterward, Singh fixed the marriage of his third girl Shashikala and sent a solicitation to the Air Chief Marshall and the Garud commando unit. It was a kindness motion on the dad’s part.
What an unexpected he got when around 50 commandos of the Garud unit achieved Singh’s home two days before the wedding and assumed responsibility for every one of the courses of action. They contributed Rs 5 lakh for the wedding costs, and took an interest as siblings in Lava Merava, Chhatra Dharayee, and other marriage customs. The commandos had a place with various pieces of the nation, and the lady of the hour said that she felt her siblings had originated from the whole way across India.
The overpowered guardians stated, “We lost one child, yet got 50 children today. These children filled us with adoration and regard and guaranteed us that we are not the only one and vulnerable. Today, the whole country is with us. God favor you, my youngsters.”
Groom Sujit Kumar of Dehri, a loco pilot in Bengaluru, and his dad Uma Shankar Yadav, additionally a railroad worker, said that they felt regarded by this match with a saint’s family.