Aakanksha N Bhardwaj
Tribune News Service
Jalandhar, October 21
Contributing his bit towards observing the Police Commemoration Day, Sub Inspector, 7th Batallion, Youngbir Singh has written a poem titled ‘Khaki’. ‘Parivar Chadd mar mite jo, apnepan da ehsas kraande e, 21 October vaale din, khaki veer saputa layi sir jhukandi e’.
He said four days ago, he wrote this poem because he wanted to dedicate this piece to the great martyrs who shall be always remembered.
“I started writing several poems in the pandemic. This situation gave me a chance to identify a writer in me. I have written several poems and I didn’t want to miss this day to express my emotions. Because of the pandemic, the function was not big as it used to be earlier, but the respect for the martyrs in our hearts will never fade,” he said.
I started writing poems in the pandemic. This situation gave me a chance to explore my writing skills. I have written several poems and I didn’t want to miss this day to express my emotions. Because of the pandemic, the function was a low-key affair, but the respect for the martyrs in our hearts will never fade. —Youngbir Singh
To mark the 61st Police Commemoration Day, Punjab DGP Dinkar Gupta on Wednesday joined the police officers/officials to pay glowing tributes to the martyrs of Punjab Police and Para-Military Forces here at the PAP Complex. The DGP said the Punjab Police would remember the brave hearts of the force for their valiant deeds and humanitarian act in the battle against the Covid.
He said as many as 40 jawans and officers have succumbed while fighting Covid and paid homage to these warriors on behalf of the entire force. Youngbir has also written on the farmers’ plight. ‘Main kado mange lakh crore si, mainu mere haal te chad de sarkaare, karzdaara nu kanoona di ki lod si’ he writes.
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