Jawan killed in Pak firing did not live to see his daughter
24- year-old Subodh Ghosh aspired to return house for his child’s ‘Annaprasan’.
There is no event at Raghunathpur town in West Bengal’s Nadia district this Diwali as individuals of the area are grieving the death of their neighbour Subodh Ghosh at far away Baramulla in Kashmir.
Subodh was among those killed in the heavy shelling by Pakistan at the L OC at Baramulla in Kashmir on Friday.
He did not live to see his three-month-old daughter.
The 24- year-old jawan aspired to return house for his daughter’s ‘Annaprasan’, a ceremony when a child starts to have rice and other solid food when he/she turns 6 months old.
” My child was eager to return home for his daughter’s Annaprasan … Now instead of him, his casket will come. The town remains in mourning,” the jawan’s father Gouranga Ghosh, a day labourer, informed press reporters at his modest house on Saturday.
The body will get here on Sunday after completion of the rules, he stated.
Stating the awful afternoon when the family got the news of the jawan’s death on Friday, Ghosh stated, “There was a call at around 3.30 pm from Jammu and Kashmir. As we missed it my daughter-in-law called back and the person at the other end said they had gotten the marital relationship documents of Subodh and was confirming it.
” After 10 minutes there was a 2nd call from the very same number and we were informed that Subodh was eliminated in firing by Pakistan,” he said.
Subodh’s other half Anindita passed out on hearing the news.
” Subodh was at home for the last time in June this year for 40 days. Due to the lockdown, he was not able to fulfill pals and family members at that time. His child was born after he left and he was planning to be back house during the ‘Annaprashan’ of his child,” his mother stated.
Subodh spoke with his wife and mom for the last time on Thursday.
The martyred jawan’s father-in-law Tapan Ghosh, who owns a little confectionery, had actually rushed to his child’s home quickly after getting the news of Subodh’s death.
” I talked to Subodh 10 days earlier and he had enquired about my health,” he stated.
Subodh had wed his child a year and three months earlier.
After passing out from local Nimtala High School, Subodh had taken admission at Betai College however he made it to the Army 3 years back.
The family’s financial condition had actually improved after he signed up with the Army and Subodh had actually begun to build a pucca home.
District adminsitration and authorities officials checked out the martyred jawan’s house on Saturday and communicated the main message from Jammu and Kashmir.
The villagers garlanded Subodh’s picture on Saturday and paid the homage.
” On the day of festival of lights, the town has plunged into darkness,” a villager said.
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