Indian soldier receives life threat from Pakistan for reciting patriotic poem

Photo of Indian soldier reciting patriotic poem after Uri terror attack.

New Delhi: The Indian soldier who sang a popular patriotic poem in a video which got viral on internet recently, today receive a life threat from Pakistan.

The soldier Manoj Thakur in his video was seen standing in bus giving an extreme enthusiastic message who was accompanied by the other men in uniform.

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He sang ‘Kashmir to hoga, lekin pakistan nahi hoga’ -a poem made popular by young leader and star speaker of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP), Sadhvi Balika Saraswati.

Basically, the jawan recited the poem soon after the fidayeen attack at Uri’s Indian army camp during which 17 soldiers being martyred and about 19 other security personnel were injured in the attack by a suicide squad from Pakistan on September 18, 2016.

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Although this is not clear that if the video was shot after the attack, but the file has been posted on YouTube after the incident.

Watch the video of Indian soldier reciting patriotic poem:

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