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Chhattisgarh: People pay tribute to martyr Colonel Biplab Tiwari, his wife and son in the last farewell with moist eyes

A large number of people paid tribute to Colonel Biplab Tiwari, his wife and son, who were martyred in the terrorist attack in Manipur, in their hometown of Raigad in Chhattisgarh.

Raigarh (Chhattisgarh) : A large number of people paid tribute to Colonel Biplav Tiwari, his wife and minor son, who were martyred in an attack by terrorists on an Assam Rifle convoy in Manipur, in their ancestral town of Raigarh in Chhattisgarh. A large number of people paid tribute to martyr Colonel Viplav Tiwari gave him their last farewell with moist eyes.Also Read – Russia starts supplying S-400 air defense missile system to India, capable of hitting targets up to 400 km

The mortal remains of Colonel Biplab Tripathi, his wife and son, who were martyred in a militant attack in Manipur, were brought to Raigad by a special Indian Air Force aircraft on Monday. The mortal remains of Colonel Tripathi (41 years), his wife Anuja (36 years) and son Abir (five years) of Khuga Battalion of Assam Rifles, who were martyred in a militant attack in Manipur’s Churachandpur district on Saturday, were handed over to the Indian Air Force on Monday. The special aircraft AN-32 reached Raigad at 12.42 pm. Also Read – Indian Army Chief Naravane will visit Israel for the first time, know why this visit is special?

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During this, Colonel Tripathi’s younger brother Lt Col Anay Tripathi, other members of his family, state Higher Education Minister Umesh Patel, Raigad Lok Sabha member Gomti Sai, MLAs Prakash Nayak and Chakradhar Singh Sidar, District Magistrate Bhim Singh and Several officers and others including Superintendent of Police Abhishek Meena were present. During this, the people present there were raising patriotic slogans.

Raigad district officials said that the mortal remains of the three were taken from the airstrip to their ancestral residence. He was kept for the last glimpse of the general public at Ramlila Maidan in the city. After this, his last journey was taken out through the main roads of the city. Later this evening at Muktidham near Circuit House, he was given a final farewell with full military honors and state honors.

Officials said that Colonel RS Thakur of Assam Rifles, four officers and 45 jawans had reached Raigad on Sunday evening to bid farewell to military honours. Before the funeral of the martyr, these soldiers and officers of Assam Rifles will give him a guard of honor on behalf of the army. Assam Rifles officers visited the martyr Colonel’s residence on Sunday evening and paid tribute to his parents.


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