BSF pays tribute to martyred jawans

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Rich tributes were paid on Thursday (August 6) to two martyred BSF jawans, Subhendu Roy and Rockey, who were killed while fighting terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir’s Udhampur on Wednesday (August 5). These two BSF jawans were killed in yet another terror attack originating from Pakistan on Wednesday. BSF trooper Rockey, the 27-year-old constable of the forces’ 65th Battalion, emptied his entire magazine containing about 40 bullets when the two heavily-armed militants attacked a Border Security Force convoy and a dark-green bus which had about 30 force personnel travelling in it in Udhampur. A senior force official said Rockey kept engaged both the militants and did not allow them to lob grenades on the bus full of BSF personnel. Rockey’s colleague and driver of the bus Shubhenbdu Roy was also killed in the attack where militant punctured the tyres of the bus to immobilise it and then took targets to hit BSF men present inside.

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