Umesh Gopinath Jadav embarks on a unique journey to pay tribute to the martyrs in real terms

Siliguri, 21st January: Umesh Gopinath Jadav, a musician by profession, started a tour from the CRPF camp in Karnataka on 9th April 2019. He embarked on this journey with an aim to pay respect to the martyred Indian soldiers in the Pulwama attack. He visited the CRPF camp in Ranidanga, Siliguri, today, where Umesh Gopinath Jadav paid floral tributes at the martyrs' memorial and paid tribute to the martyrs. The journey started 10 months ago and he has travelled around 52,000 kilometres. Umesh Gopinathan Jadav has, so far, collected soil from the houses of 30 Indian martyrs from 22 states.


Umesh Gopinath Jadhav left for Assam, today. On the completion of 1 year of the February 14 Pulwama attack, a map of India will be drawn from the soil of the martyrs' houses collected by Umesh Gopinath Jadhav.

Addressing the reporters in Siliguri, today, Umesh Gopinath Jadhav stated that his main objective is to truly honor the brave Indian soldiers who were martyred in Pulwama, Kargil, and many other attacks. He has embarked on this journey to increase patriotism among the youth and arouse respect for Indian heroes. His tour will conclude on 9th April,2020.


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