State govt will take up the matter for recognisation for martyr Nyelam Tabi with the highest military officials- CM Pema Khandu

Manoj Singh || HOLLONGI, NOV 17 : The state government will take up the matter for getting proper recognisation and other for lone 1962 Sino-India war Martyr Nyelam Tabi with the highest military official installation. Said Chief Minister Pema Khandu.

Khandu was speaking to the reporters on Wednesday afternoon during the inauguration of welcome gate and four lane road of the Donyi-Polo airport at Hollongi in Balijan Circle. Khandu acknowledge the sacrifice made by the Late Nyelam Tabi and said that I have also information of the same. The state government will take up the matter with the highest military installation and official. Khandu said.

“ I am already in touch with the army authority and will see that any update is beign done and will see that all the martyrs are duly recognized and get their due respect and regard”. Added CM Khandu.

However, On Tuesday the family members and executive members of Nyelam welfare society  while talking to media at War memorial, Tawang inform that .the army authority has invited the family members of War Hero of 1962 Sino-India war martyr Nyelam Tabi at Tawang and interacted the family members and discussed  various issues.

Late Tabi is a lone Martyr of Sino-India war who fought war in 1962 at Bumla front and laid down his life for the nation.

Late Tabi is a War hero from our state and we are proud of him.

We have found his name in the War Memorial at Tawang build to remember of 2420 war hero of 1962 war etc.

Minor correction was needed in corrections of nomenclature in title and has been done by the army authority and accordingly we have requested the army authority for sending it to National war memorial respectively for correction. 

The family members has sought for proper recognition, respect and regard of the martyr Tabi as given to several war heroes of state and country.

It is to mention that Martyr Nyelam Tabi was working as rifleman who joined in 5th Assam Rifles and was trained at Assam Rifle Recruitment and Training centre (RTC), Kimin in Papum Pare district, Arunachal Pradesh in around 1958-59 and joined the war front in Sino-India warfare in 1962 and fought battle at Bumla front in Tawang district in Arunachal Pradesh and laid his life in guarding mother country.

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