In a grand showcase of unwavering support for champions, heroes, and martyrs, both Punjab’s Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann and Delhi’s Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal have taken significant steps to honor and reward individuals who have made extraordinary contributions to society.
Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann’s recent tribute in Punjab was a remarkable gesture, where he reached out to the families of 11 martyred soldiers from the state. In a solemn ceremony, he handed over an honorarium of ₹11 crore to these brave families, recognizing their ultimate sacrifice in safeguarding the nation’s unity, integrity, and sovereignty. Among the martyrs were two sons from Punjab, Ramesh Lal of Village Sarsiri in Faridkot and Taran Deep Singh from Bassi Pathana, who had also made the supreme sacrifice in the line of duty. This gesture exemplifies the state’s deep appreciation for the dedication of its soldiers.
Meanwhile, in Delhi, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s government demonstrated its commitment to recognizing and rewarding excellence in various fields. COVID warrior Rajeev Malhotra, a 53-year-old darkroom assistant, received a commendable ₹1 crore honorarium, acknowledging his unwavering dedication during the challenging times of the pandemic.
Further emphasizing their support for excellence, the Delhi government announced a reward of ₹1 crore for gold medal winners in the Asian Games. This commitment to sporting achievements was recently witnessed when Pawan Sehrawat, a member of the gold medal-winning kabaddi team, was felicitated by Chief Minister Kejriwal in a public ceremony.
In conclusion, the actions of Chief Ministers Bhagwant Mann and Arvind Kejriwal serve as powerful expressions of their commitment to honoring and celebrating champions, heroes, and those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for the nation. These initiatives showcase their dedication to recognizing the dedication and supreme sacrifice of individuals in various fields and their unwavering support for their constituents.