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Daughter-in-law betrayed and caused pain… Govt should not give job, Martyr Major’s parents demand

Nita Yadav

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Parents of martyr Ashish Dhaunchak in Panipat

The parents of Major Ashish Dhaunchak, a resident of Haryana’s Panipat, who was martyred while fighting terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantnag, are forced to face the shock today. After the son’s martyrdom in the year 2023, the daughter-in-law has taken away the son’s car, jewelery and cash. The daughter-in-law has even locked half the house. Now the aged parents of the martyr have appealed to the Chief Minister Naib Singh Saini. Fed up with the daughter-in-law’s indifference, the martyr’s father has now opposed giving the daughter-in-law a government job.

He has requested that the job be given to his daughter, if possible, so that she can spend her old age comfortably. Kamla Devi, the mother of the martyr, who attended Chief Minister Nayab Singh Saini’s program, said that when her son was martyred in September 2023, the entire country was with him. At that time his son was the son of the whole country. But not even a year has passed that people have forgotten their son. Even his daughter-in-law has betrayed him. Kamala Devi said that her daughter-in-law has locked half the house and left here.

Opposed job for daughter-in-law

She also took her son’s car, 30 tolas of gold and other valuables with her while leaving. Kamala Devi said that she has no regrets about this, but the sad part is that she does not even allow him to talk to her granddaughter. The old lady met CM Naib Saini and protested against the government job being given to the daughter-in-law after her son’s martyrdom. Said that if the daughter-in-law gets this job, there will be no one to take care of her in her old age. He has requested to get this job for his daughter.

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He said that if the daughter gets this job, he will take care of them. Kamala Devi told the CM that her daughter-in-law had left home after Ashish’s thirteenth birthday. 11 months have passed since then and still neither she has returned nor there is any news of her discovery. In such a situation, the elderly couple is living on the basis of pension. Hearing his request, the state Panchayat and Cooperative Minister Mahipal Dhanda has also supported him. He himself has recommended the CM not to give the job to the wife of the martyred major.

Report: Sumit Kumar, Panipat (HR)

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

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