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Two years of Pulwama: Unkept promises haunt family of fallen CRPF soldier

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Two years of Pulwama: Unkept promises haunt family of fallen CRPF soldier

Two years of Pulwama: Unkept promises haunt family of fallen CRPF soldier

Family of Ashwini Kachhi, CRPF soldier who was killed in Pulwama terror attack, said that government didn't fulfill promises made to them.

"The CM had announced to give Rs 1 crore, a government job and a house to the family," his father Sukru said in Khudwal, Jabalpur.

He added, "The CM had also promised to build a playground and name it after Ashwini.

Governor had promised a school.

Except for Rs 1-crore, we got nothing.

Govt shouldn't have made promises if it can't keep them.

This is injustice."


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