Srinagar, Feb 14: The Jammu Kashmir Nationalist People’s Front student wing Youth for Translation (YFT) organized a program to remember the brave martyrs of the 2019 Pulwama Attack. The event was held in honor of those who sacrificed their lives for the nation and to pay tribute to their bravery.
The program was attended by students from Jammu University, as well as teachers from the university.
The event began with a minute of silence to honor the fallen soldiers, followed by speeches from various speakers who highlighted the bravery and sacrifice of the martyrs.
The program also included a special video tribute to the Pulwama attack martyrs and a candlelight vigil to commemorate their bravery.
The event ended with a call to action for students to contribute to the nation and to follow the example of the brave soldiers who gave their lives for the country.
Youth for Transformation (Student Wing JU) believes in promoting patriotism and raising awareness about the sacrifices of our armed forces.
“The organization is committed to organizing such events to honor our national heroes and to inspire the youth of the nation to take pride in their country and serve it with honor,”
Jammu and Kashmir nationalist people front’s (JKNPF) whole team of Jammu province including Piyush Raina, Amir Malik, Manu Dev Singh, Ishwat Singh, Sunil Singh, Harsh, Deevanshu, Abhay, Abhisek, Ishtiaq Qazi, Sajal Mahajan, Vishal, and whole team of Youth for transformation including Aryan Sharma, Arushi Mahajan, Shrey Mahajan, Anirudh, Pawan, Salman, Vishavjeet Singh, Munish,Pradhuman Dhar, Balbir Singh, Anum, Sana, kritika, Priyanka were also present there at the moment.
On this occasion Parteek Raina, the Provincial President of JKNPF, stated that the purpose of organizing the programme was to encourage love and respect towards the nation. He further urged the students to observe 14th February as a Black Day instead of Valentine’s Day, citing that such practices are not part of our culture and emphasized on the promotion of our Sanathan Dharma.
He assured the students that JKNPF is committed to protecting the rights of the society and community.
The JKNPF chief patron Shri Sanjay Kumar while remembering the great sacrifice of soldiers martyred in Pulwama said that the memory of the martyrs of the Pulwama attack continues to resonate in the hearts and minds of all Indians. Their ultimate sacrifice, in service of the nation, will forever remain etched in our collective consciousness.
“These brave soldiers stood steadfast in the face of terror, displaying unparalleled courage and dedication to their duty. As a nation, we shall never forget their bravery and shall always be grateful for their selfless service. Their sacrifice serves as a reminder of the immense price that our armed forces pay to safeguard the integrity and sovereignty of our nation,” he said.