Monday, July 1, 2013

NEWS | Chopper crash: Kathua bids adieu to ITBP’s Bhim Singh

An eerie silence today prevailed at Bobiya village in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kathua district as hundreds of people quietly lined up to the crematorium to bid a tearful adieu to ITBP inspector Bhim Singh, who was killed in a chopper crash while rescuing stranded people in flood-hit Uttarakhand.
People from Bobiya and its adjoining areas gathered at the crematorium as the mortal remains of the braveheart were consigned to flames.

The 45-year-old Bhim Singh was among 20 personnel, including five other ITBP policemen, killed in the helicopter crash on Tuesday.
His body reached Jammu airport at around 7pm on Friday and from there it was taken to his native village by road. Singh is survived by his wife Renu, two daughters and a son.


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