HM takes mountainous terrain to visit martyr SPO’s family in Uri

HM takes mountainous terrain to visit martyr SPO’s family in Uri
Srinagar: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday took the mountainous terrain of Uri in North Kashmir’s Baramulla district to visit the Special Police Officer (SPO) family who laid down his life while fighting militants in Kashmir.
Shah who was on a three day visit to Jammu and Kashmir took the mountainous terrain and visited SPO Constable Mudasir Sheikh family to offer condolences.
Sheikh lost his life while fighting three Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) Militants in a Close Quarter Battle (CQB) in an operation at Najibhat Crossing on May 25, 2022.
Mudasir was part of the team of valiant undercover operatives of Jammu & Kashmir Police which intercepted the terrorists heading for targeting Shri Amarnathji Yatra in a joint operation with 52RR of Indian Army.
While visiting the family, Shah said that the martyr Mudasir’s family is a great source of inspiration for the police force and the youth of Kashmir, with their open denouncement of terrorism and celebrating the martyrdom of their son as a national sacrifice.
Mudasir was unmarried and is survived by his father Maqsood Sheikh, mother Shameema Begum, two sisters and three brothers.
UNI

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