Aurangabad youth urges PM to let him ‘avenge’ CRPF attack

Aurangabad youth urges PM to let him ‘avenge’ CRPF attack

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Aurangabad, Feb 17: In the wake of Pulwama attack, which martyred 40 CRPF personnel on February 14, a-36-year-old youth from Aurangabad has urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to give him opportunity to fight with military jawans against 'enemy country' Pakistan, which was 'helping' the terrorist groups.

The youth, identified as Ganesh Kisanrao Pawar, hailing from Chikalthana area, had on Saturday submitted a memorandum to Divisional Commissioner Sunil Kendrekar, addressing the Prime Minister. It stated that after the attack by militant outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed, there is a wave of anger in the country. Now, time has come to teach a lesson to Pakistan, it added.

''I am willing to sacrifice my life for the security of our nation,'' said the letter, mentioning that Ganesh's friends Sunil Kshirsagar, Anil Kshirsagar, Vishal Nandarkar, Shubham Dahiwal, Jagannath Supekar and others had also signed the memorandum, requesting the Prime Minister to give them permission for the same.(UNI)