- Martyr soldier Sultan Singh’s childhood was stuffed with struggles in Kanpur encounter
- Giant officers attended the funeral, giant variety of kinfolk additionally reached
Every day newspaper
Jul 04, 2020, 10:55 AM IST
Jhansi The mortal stays of soldier Sultan Singh, who was martyred in an encounter between vicious felony Vikas Dubey and police in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, had been dropped at his ancestral village late on Friday evening. Sultan Singh, a soldier dwelling in Bhojla village of Jhansi, was martyred. Martyr soldier received martyrdom on the day of his birthday. The place he was cremated with state honors.
After the martyrdom of martyr Sultan Singh was dropped at his ancestral residence, his valor was paid tribute to him with state honor. Throughout this era, all of the senior officers of the police division had been current, together with Inspector Common of Police Subhash Singh Baghel, DM Andra Vamsi, Senior Superintendent of Police D Pradeep Kumar, Superintendent of Police Nagar Rahul Srivastava and Superintendent of Police Rural Rahul Mithas. In the meantime villagers and kinfolk had been additionally current in giant numbers.
Sultan Singh’s life was stuffed with wrestle
Sultan Singh had three brothers and one sister. After his mom died in childhood, he stayed at his maternal grandfather’s home in Mauranipur. He accomplished his intermediate research, after which he graduated from Bundelkhand College. In 2006, he was chosen within the Police Division. He was keen on police recruitment since childhood.
In childhood, the shadow of the mom arose from the top of Sultan Singh and later the youthful brother was killed. Now after the martyrdom of Sultan Singh, the previous father, a brother and a sister are left in the home. In 2015, Sultan Singh was married to the daughter of a sub-inspector from Kanpur. In addition they have a 7-year-old daughter. After being chosen within the police, Sultan Singh’s first posting was in Jalaun district and second posting was in Lalitpur. This was adopted by his third posting in Kanpur.