Friday, December 8, 2023

54 to get Jeevan Raksha award


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SHILLONG: As many as 54 persons including Spainlinos L Gadew of Meghalaya will be honoured, posthumously, with Jeevan Raksha award for meritorious act of human nature in saving the life of a person, the Home Ministry said on Saturday.
According to a release, Spainlinos L Gadew, Lalrempuia of Mizoram, Firoos EP of Kerala, Manjeet Singh of Haryana and Jagbir Singh of Haryana have been awarded with Sarvottam Jeevan Raksha Padak posthumously.
Jeevan Raksha Padak series of awards are given to a person for meritorious act of human nature in saving the life of a person.

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