This BSF Jawan's Poem About His Love For India Will Melt Your Heart
The September 18 terror attacks in Uri which martyred 19 Indian army soldiers angered people across the globe. Everyone on social media shared posts and videos expressing their anger on the death of our soldiers. And even though India hit back hard with the surgical strikes on terror launch pads in Pakistan, the nation has since been simmering with disappointment, hatred and outrage over the death of its innocent soldiers.
It was in times such as these that some soldiers too took to social media platforms to vent their outrage. One such video which went massively viral was of a soldier reciting a poem on India-Pakistan.
Months later, another video of a BSF jawan reciting a poem about the valour of our brave soldiers is taking the social media by storm.
In the video shared by journalist Jugal R Purohit on Twitter on November 7, the jawan, constable Raghvan Singh from Uttar Pradesh's Mainpuri district, tells people in just four simple yet powerful lines that every soldier is ready to make any sacrifice for his country.
He mentions that it gives him immense pride to know that the citizens of the country can sleep peacefully because they know that some BSF jawan is guarding the borders and will protect them from any harm.
Singh's short but extremely powerful and touching poem will fill you with pride. After listening to the poem you will be filled with a feeling of realisation. Realisation of their selflessness, bravery and fearlessness to face death. And we bet after you have heard the jawan speak his mind you will want to stand up and salute him.
Met this BSF jawan who guards the Line of Control (LoC) in northern Kashmir. Said he wanted to recite a poem. pic.twitter.com/m7v56zmJjM
— Jugal R Purohit (@jrpur) November 7, 2016
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