Whenever the Indian army takes any action against stone makers, the so-called secular elements and humanists of the country stand in the face of stone-bearers that they are strayed young men. And these young men attacked the Indian army’s jawans Rajendra Singh and took his life. Tell us that in the Anantnag of Jammu and Kashmir, Rajendra Singh was injured in stone-pelting on Thursday and died on Friday during treatment.
. Rajendra Singh, a resident of Pithoragarh in Uttarakhand, was part of the team that works to protect the Border Road Organization. On Thursday, on the team Anantnag bypass was attacked by rockers. In the attack, a stone was placed in the head of Rajendra Singh. After this he was admitted to the hospital for treatment. But he died on Friday.
According to the army, at 8 pm on Thursday, when the army was passing on an NH-44 in Anantnag, stones were rained down by stones. In this attack, a stone was straight on the head of Rajendra Singh. Army informed that the young Rajendra Singh was immediately admitted to the hospital for first aid. But due to serious injury, their condition has not improved. He died on Friday evening. Rajendra Singh was a resident of Badena village in Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand.
He joined the army in 2016. Army Chief General Vipin Rawat has reacted strongly after the death of Army jawan in the attack of stonebags. The Army Chief said that after the incident, how differentiating between terrorists and stonebags should be considered and why not even with stone-bearers, it is like terrorists. The army chief said, “The person who died in stonebath was engaged in the security of the Border Road Team which is building roads. Some people ask us after that do not behave like stone fighters with terrorists.