In honor of Vijay Soreng, a martyr of the Jharkhand state, who was killed in a terrorist attack in Pulwama, Jammu and Kashmir, a respected function was held in the village Fasama of Basia Block. This program was organized by Jharkhand Sector CRPF. The chief guest was the Speaker of the Assembly, Dr. Dinesh Oraon and the CRPF’s Inspector General of Police Sanjay Lathkar.
The ceremony was inaugurated in the courtyard of High School Kumhari, unveiling statue of Amar Shahid Vijay Soreng. At the Kumhari school, the library was also inaugurated. There are many types of knowledgeable books available in this library. Children of the school and people of the village can read. Blood camps were organized in memory of martyrs in the village. Free health checkup of people was also done.
Speaker said that Jharkhand has a glorious tradition of giving martyrdom in the service of the state from the state. Earlier, 54 people of Jharkhand state had sacrificed their lives for the country while living in the CRPF. High School Kumhari has its own place in this glorious tradition of martyrdom. Shaheed Vijay Soreng is the second student of this school. Who has sacrificed his life for the country.
Their memorials have been set up to keep the memories of these martyrs in mind during the coming generation. In order to take inspiration from the martyrdom of the future generation and the martyrdom of their heroes. In addition to the memory of martyr Vijay Soreng, the library was also unveiled at High School Kumhari and his plaque was also put in place.
Speaker apprised the people of Naxalism and terrorism spread in the country along with the martyr’s life and called upon the youth to follow this path of patriotism. Also, a plaque was given to their parents with the aim of keeping the memories of the Amar Shahid alive between their families.
Inspector General of Police Sanjay Anand Lathkar said that in this library, books of Jharkhand Board, books of competition examination, books of CRPF’s Veer Gatha series have been kept. By providing suitable furniture, almirahs, solar lights and fans, it has been tried by the CRPF that students studying here can be benefited and motivated in any way. He said that 144 libraries like this have been constructed in the remote areas of the state under the Civic Action Program in the last two years by the CRPF.
A free medical camp was organized by the CRPF to the villagers in memory of Shaheed Havaldar Vijay Soreng. In which 400 people were treated by CRPF doctors team. Drugs were also distributed. During this 45 years blood donation was also done by officers and jawans of different battalions of CRPF in honor of the martyr Havaldar Vijay Soreng, who sacrificed his supreme sacrifice in the service of the nation at the age of 45 years. A plantation was also done.
In addition to the CRPF officials including Deputy Inspector General of Police, D.S. Rathod, Deputy Inspector General of Police Manish Sachar, Deputy Inspector General of Police DT Banerjee, Commandant Rajkumar, Commandant H. Ranjit Singh, Commandant H. Ranjit Singh, besides the family’s father Tariosh Soreng, Mata Laxmi Devi, Karmila Baa, Vimala Devi, Son Arun Soreng, Beti Barkha Soreng, Rekha Soreng, Son Rahul Soreng, Daughter Srishti Soreng Brother Sanjay Soreng etc. were present.