BSF will rebuild the house of one of its constables whose house was burnt in the Delhi riots
Bengaluru: The Border Security Force (BSF), in a show of exemplary selflessness, has decided to rebuild the house of one of its constables.
The constable in question is Mohammad Anees who is presently serving in Odisha’s Malkangiri. He is 29 years of age.
His house is located in Northeast Delhi and has been burnt down in the Delhi riots.
The constable is also set to tie the knot this May.
As quoted by a popular website, BSF Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Pushpendra Rathore, who met Anees' parents and his other family members at his home, said that the border guarding force will rebuild the house and hand it over to Anees as a 'wedding gift'.
Interestingly, the constable in question never approached the top bosses in the agency to help him out. It was through media reports that they learnt of the development and offered unsolicited assistance.
The work has already begun with the engineering wing of the BSF paying a visit to the house. As the constable’s family doesn’t have anything substantial to boast of financially, higher officers have decided to pool money for the same.
The report further states that the constable will be posted back to Delhi so that it will be easy for him to rebuild his life.
The riots in Delhi, which coincided with the visit of US President Donald Trump, have killed people in excess of 40 and injured more than a 100.
Raging mobs vandalised infrastructure disdainfully and also butchered innocents endlessly.
Such was the intensity of the protests that NSA Ajit Doval was pressed into service to restore calm and build confidence measures among people.
The police have registered more than 100 FIRs while Delhi limps back to normalcy. Latest reports add that shops in the area have reopened.
It is touted that hate speeches were the reason for the clashes to break out.
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Last Updated 1, Mar 2020, 11:56 AM