Monday, February 18, 2019

Pulwama attack:This bank of India has waived debts of soldiers who were martyred in Pulwama

This bank of India has waived debts of soldiers who were martyred in Pulwama
Pulwama attack: SBI's commendable step, waives outstanding debt of martyred soldiers

The India's largest bank, State Bank of India (SBI) announced today to forgive the outstanding debt of 23 CRPF jawans who were martyred in Pulwama in Jammu and Kashmir today. Last year 40 CRPF jawans were martyred in a suicide attack. SBI said in a statement, "Of these, 23 CRPF personnel had taken loans from the bank and the bank has decided to waive the outstanding debt with immediate effect." All CRPF jawans were customers of the bank. His salary came in SBI. On these accounts, the bank provides insurance cover of 30-30 lakhs to each defense personnel.

SBI Pulwama Lone

The bank said, "It is taking steps to release the sum insured to the dependents of the martyrs." SBI Chairman Rajneesh Kumar said, "Always be the martyr of the security personnel standing in the terror attack Very painful and painful. SBI has taken a small step to relieve the families who have lost their loved ones. The bank also created a UPI for the heroes of India so that people can easily contribute for their help. " On February 14, 40 soldiers were killed in the Pulwama terror attack. 40 soldiers have been martyred in a terrorist attack on February 14 in Pulwama, Jammu and Kashmir. Out of which 38 soldiers have been paid homage and 42 jawans have been named. More than 40 jawans have been injured in this terrorist attack.

The responsibility of this attack was taken by Pakistani terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammed. According to the news agency ANI, the terrorists targeted CRPF buses and blown them off with IED. It is believed that this whole attack was planned by a Pakistani citizen who was a member of Jaish-e-Mohammad. Kamran is active in Pulwama, Avantipura and Traal area of ​​South Kashmir.

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