The nation ought to make an impression on the Defense powers guarding the fringes that it remained with them, Telangana Chief Minister KCR said on Friday as he reported ex-gratia to the groups of 20 warriors martyred in the Indo-China faceoff in Ladakh. The Telangana government would give ₹five crore ex-gratia to the group of 39-year old Colonel Bikkumalla Santosh Babu and ₹10 lakh each to the kinfolk of the 19 different officers who were martyred in the high elevation outskirt conflict with the Chinese soldiers in Galwan Valley on Monday night, he said.
The Center and other state governments should likewise approach to help the groups of the saints, KCR revealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the virtual all-party meet on the fringe go head to head, an official discharge said. The nation should bolster the troopers who are protecting it in the fringes. We should bolster the groups of warriors who were martyred, subsequently we ought to ingrain trust in the (brains of) troopers and their families. We ought to make an impression on all Defense powers that the nation is with them, Rao said.
Other than the ex-gratia, the spouse of the Colonel, who had a place with Telangana, would be given a Group-1 employment in the administration other than a house plot, the discharge cited the Chief Minister as saying. The ₹10 lakh help to the 19 families will be given through the Defense Minister, Rao included. In spite of the fact that there were money related limitations due to the coronavirus pandemic, all administrations ought to limit their other consumption and expand support for the government assistance of the valiant warriors. Santosh, leader of the 16 Bihar Regiment, had driven the officers during the wild conflict with Chinese soldiers in the principal such occurrence including fatalities following a hole of 45 years, flagging an enormous acceleration in the five-week outskirt deadlock in the delicate locale.