In Kashmir Cantt, Ranikhet, on Saturday, after drowning while practicing swimming in the swimming pool, when the body of recruit Devendra Singh Sambhal (20) was brought to his village in Dhari block of Dhari block on Sunday, Mother Gomati Devi and the two older brothers were stunned by seeing the young boys dead body.
Before this, the post mortem of the body of Recruit had been done in the Kumaon Regiment Center (KRC) in the presence of police and military officers in the state government hospital on Sunday. After giving Guard of Honor to the recruit in Military Hospital, his body was sent to the village with the vehicle of the Army. Military officials said that his funeral will be done with military honors. During the post-mortem, the brother of the deceased Tara Singh, Uncle Jeevan Singh, Santosh Singh Sambhal and others were also present.
Father’s death a year ago
Village Pradhan Yugal Kishore of Bavdi told that Devendra was unmarried. Last year he was admitted to the army. Her father, Shivraj Singh, had died a year ago of a Heart attack. The relatives were not recovered from the shock of his father’s death that the family was overshadowed by the death of the young son. All the people are reaching home to console him.
In an ancestral ghat, the funeral will be done with the military honors on Monday. MLA Ram Singh Kaida, Dughda Sangha Lalkua president Mukesh Bora, BJP leader Tara Dutt Pandey, Chandan Sambhal, Tara Singh, Govind Mehta, Puran Suyal, Deepak Dani, Jagdish Nagarkoti, Kundan Chilwal, etc. have expressed condolences.
Since childhood, he was fond of going to the army
Recruit Devendra Singh Sambhal’s brother Tara Singh said that the passion of Devendra was going to the army from his childhood. Two months ago he was admitted to the army on March 25. For this, he was working hard every morning and evening. Uncle Jeevan Singh said that Devendra did not give the BSc final year examination in the wake of the army, although he was also very clever in studies. On Saturday evening, at five o’clock in the village, he received a report of the accident.
On 25th March, there was a celebration in the house.
The deceased recruit Devendra Singh was the youngest of three brothers and two sisters. Both brothers stay at home, while two older sisters have got married. When Devendra was admitted to the army on March 25, his family, along with mother Gomati Devi, fervently wished, but who knew that after two months, Devendra would leave them all.