Comrades say Pawan Kumar’s life a ‘trophy’ for them
Jind (Haryana), Feb 22 (ANI): Captain Pawan Kumar, who sacrificed his life fighting the militants in Jammu and Kashmir's Pampore area, was a source of motivation for his batchmates and his life was a trophy for them. One of the batchmates of the martyred Captain recalled his valour and bravery, saying that he always led from the front and was very determined and focused. His other coursemate said he was a real sweetheart, who always kept motivating all his colleagues not to give up until their last breath. Recalling his humorous behaviour, one of his coursemates said that he always joked on Jats.
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