Guntur: Tributes paid to martyrs

Former Minister and BJP leader Ravela Kishore Babu and Hindu Pharmacy College chairman Jupudi Ranga Raju
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Former Minister and BJP leader Ravela Kishore Babu and Hindu Pharmacy College chairman Jupudi Ranga Raju
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Hindu Pharmacy College management, lecturers and non-teaching staff on Tuesday paid tributes to soldiers, who were killed on Indo-China border

Guntur: Hindu Pharmacy College management, lecturers and non-teaching staff on Tuesday paid tributes to soldiers, who were killed on Indo-China border. They observed two minutes silence as a mark of respect to the departed souls and conveyed their sympathy to the bereaved families.

Addressing the gathering, Hindu Pharmacy College chairman Jupudi Ranga Raju said Galwan Valley in Jammu and Kashmir is part of our country. He said after abolishing Article 370, with the support of Nepal and Pakistan, China is trying to encroach Indian territory. He condemned the act.

He said the Hindu Pharmacy College will pay Rs 1 lakh financial assistance to the kin of Colonel Santosh Babu.

BJP leader Ravela Kishore Babu, Hindu Pharmacy College secretary Dr S Madhusudhana Rao, principal Dr R Govindarajan, vice-principal Dr A Sunita were among those participated.

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