Martyr armyman Aurangzeb's father ready to send remaining sons to fight for the nation
NEW DELHI: Martyr Aurangzeb, who was killed by terrorists, is no more but his grief-stricken family has a strong message for the country.
The armyman's father Mohammad Haneef who is also an exserviceman, says that people should not stop sending their sons to the army. "Keep sending your sons to the army in order to protect the nation".
"My son was enrolled in the army. It is the job of the armymen to fight for the country and defend it. I am willing to send my remaining sons to join the army and fight for the nation", he said.
Aurangzeb, who was on way towards home in Rajouri for Eid, was abducted and killed by terrorists in Pulwama. He had promised to bring a bat for his teenaged brother before he was tortured and killed.
A video has also surfaced, showing him being quizzed by the terrorists. The martyr's family members has sought revenge. "We want action against the killers within 72 hrs."
"Those responsible for burning Kashmir must be eliminated", said Aurangzeb's father. Aurangzeb's eldest brother is also in Army while the other two brothers are also set to join the armed forces.
Meanwhile, Army chief General Bipin Rawat visited the family on Monday. He met the members of the family and spent nearly half-an-hour with them. Lauding the courage of the soldier, he also said that the martyrs' families were the responsibility of the army.