The Border Security Force (BSF) constable Guranam Singh, who was injured in Pakistani Firing in Harinagar sector of Jammu and Kashmir, died on Sunday.
BSF trooper injured in #snipingincident at Hiranagar(Jmu) breathed his last yesterday night.His martyrdom will always be an inspiration
— BSF (@BSF_India) October 23, 2016
On October 21, when the ceasefire violation and infiltration was attempted by the Pakistani rangers and terrorists, BSF Jawan Gurnam Singh was hit in a sniper attack by Pakistani forces. In the retaliatory firing, seven Pakistani Rangers and a terrorist was killed by the BSF.
As per media reports, Gurnam’s mother Jaswant Kaur was proud of her martyred son. “He told me not to cry if dies and I will not cry on his martyrdom. It is a proud moment,” she said in a cracking voice.
The officials twitter account of Border Security Force (BSF) posted a tweet to confirm the death of BSF constable Gurnam Singh: “BSF trooper injured in #snipingincident at Hiranagar(Jmu) breathed his last yesterday night.His martyrdom will always be an inspiration”