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He was about to treat my ears in next visit: father of martyr

By CORRESPONDENT

DHUBRI, Nov 16 - As the Army fired 21 rounds of bullets into the air to pay their respect during the last rites of Havaldar Haradhan Chandra Roy, his 72-year-old father Tankeshwar Roy broke down and said, �He was about to treat my ears on his next visit�.

Talking to this correspondent, the ailing farmer, who lost his only son in the recent ceasefire violations by Pakistani troops along the Line of Control (LoC) at Uri sectors of Jammu and Kashmir, said �as I could not hear my son whenever he made phone calls, he told me that he would treat my ears and bring a hearing aid to me next time he visits home�.

�In his last visit too, he wanted to treat my hearing capacity, but he could not due to the nationwide lockdown,� said the ailing father of the martyr. �Every time he visits home, my son Haradhan remains busy fulfilling his duty as a son, a father and a brother of three sisters,� said the father.

�Whenever he calls he asks his 65-year-old mother, Anima Roy, to take care of herself and take my care,� said Roy with teary eyes.

�His son Ayush is just two years of age. He is not even understanding what is happening around him,� Roy said, adding, �But I will always tell Ayush that his father as a son has always made me proud and as a soldier he made the entire nation proud.�

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He was about to treat my ears in next visit: father of martyr

DHUBRI, Nov 16 - As the Army fired 21 rounds of bullets into the air to pay their respect during the last rites of Havaldar Haradhan Chandra Roy, his 72-year-old father Tankeshwar Roy broke down and said, �He was about to treat my ears on his next visit�.

Talking to this correspondent, the ailing farmer, who lost his only son in the recent ceasefire violations by Pakistani troops along the Line of Control (LoC) at Uri sectors of Jammu and Kashmir, said �as I could not hear my son whenever he made phone calls, he told me that he would treat my ears and bring a hearing aid to me next time he visits home�.

�In his last visit too, he wanted to treat my hearing capacity, but he could not due to the nationwide lockdown,� said the ailing father of the martyr. �Every time he visits home, my son Haradhan remains busy fulfilling his duty as a son, a father and a brother of three sisters,� said the father.

�Whenever he calls he asks his 65-year-old mother, Anima Roy, to take care of herself and take my care,� said Roy with teary eyes.

�His son Ayush is just two years of age. He is not even understanding what is happening around him,� Roy said, adding, �But I will always tell Ayush that his father as a son has always made me proud and as a soldier he made the entire nation proud.�

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