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CRPF Cobra Commando Rakeshwar Singh to return Jammu tomorrow

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Rakeshwar Singh will arrive at Jammu Airport at 2 pm on Thursday. ADG and IG of CRPF of Jammu division will be present for for his welcome .

Jammu:  Rakeshwar Singh Manhas, who is recently freed from Naxalites, is excited about his return home.

Rakeshwar Singh will arrive at Jammu Airport at 2 pm on Thursday. ADG and IG of CRPF of Jammu division will be present for their for his welcome .

Rakeshwar Singh is also joined by 10 people who contributed significantly to his release. Rakeshwar Singh belongs to the Manhas fraternity, members of his fraternity in J&K already organized programs for his welcome.

Every member of the family is engaged in preparations his return.

Mother Kunti Devi is engaged in making the son’s favorite dish.

Wife Meenu Devi is engaged in shopping for wedding of Rakeshwar Singh’s cousin and his brother-in-law.   

Preparations for the weddings have begun before Rakeshwaras Singh arrives at his home. Rakeshwar Singh’s cousin Daljit Singh is to be married on April 30, while his brother-in-law is scheduled to get married on May 2.

Rakeshwar Singh will be seen in Dogra kurta pajamas and turban in this marriage celebrations . This dress code has been selected by his wife Meenu.

 Daljit Singh, who is a bureaucrat in the Jammu and Kashmir Health Department, is very happy about the return of his brother.

 He is hopeful about the fate of his wife, which makes his release possible.

Otherwise, no one came back in the last 20 years due to the possession of the naxalites.


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