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The Uri terror attacks on September 18 saw 19 soldiers of the Indian Army being martyred. Since then, the country has been simmering with anger and disappointment. Though India responded through “surgical strikes” on terrorist launch-pads inside Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), the bloodshed of innocent soldiers have continued.
Meanwhile, many including soldiers have taken to social media and are using the space to express their anger and hurt at the state of unrest that has resulted in people losing lives.
ALSO READ | Watch: Video of Indian soldier reciting ‘Kashmir to hoga, lekin Pakistan nahi hoga’ goes viral after Uri attack
After the video of an Indian soldier singing ‘kashmir to hoga, lekin Pakistan nahi hoga’ went viral, another video of a BSF jawan reciting a poem about the bravery and valour of the soldiers is winning hearts on the Internet. In the video, the official introduces himself as constable Raghvan Singh from Uttar Pradesh’s Mainpuri district. He then begins to recite his poem, through which he tells everyone that he is ready to do anything for the country, for the people of the country who can sleep peacefully back in their homes, knowing that there are BSF soldiers to guard the borders.
The video was shared on Twitter by Jugal R Purohit, a journalist.
Met this BSF jawan who guards the Line of Control (LoC) in northern Kashmir. Said he wanted to recite a poem. pic.twitter.com/m7v56zmJjM
— Jugal R Purohit (@jrpur) November 7, 2016
Constable Singh guards the Line of Control in northern Kashmir and recited how the severe climatic conditions will not affect the deeply integrated sense of nationalism they have within themselves.