Delhi News: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today unveiled the Corona Warriors Memorial and the renovated Ghanti Ghar in the Delhi Assembly Complex. CM Arvind Kejriwal, while honoring the families of Corona Warriors who gave martyrdom, said that Corona Warriors helped people regardless of their lives. A memorial has been built for 31 such Corona Warriors. People coming to the assembly will remember seeing that these corona warriors lost their lives for others.
CM Arvind Kejriwal said that we have also unveiled the reconstructed hanging house. It is made during the British era. On the 75th anniversary of independence, it is also a chance to remember those people who sacrificed their lives to get us freedom. It is our duty that we all together make such an India, which was the dream of the people who gave their martyrdom. At the same time, Delhi Assembly Speaker Ram Niwas Goel said that every year on August 9, we will gather in the assembly premises to pay homage to the Corona Warriors who gave their martyrdom. Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, Deputy Speaker Rakhi Birlan, MLAs and other dignitaries were present on the occasion.
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On behalf of the Delhi government, we have given an honorarium of one crore rupees each to the families of all martyr corona warriors – Arvind Kejriwal
The program was organized by Delhi Assembly Speaker Ram Niwas Goel for the unveiling of the Corona Warriors Memorial and the renovated hanging house built in the assembly premises. After unveiling the Corona Warriors Memorial and the renovated hanging house, Chief Guest CM Arvind Kejriwal said that for the last two and a half years, all of us are battling with Corona. It was probably the most difficult disease encountered in human history. Many people lost their lives. In the meantime, there were many people who, without caring about their lives, did the work of saving the lives of others. These people were posted in different hospitals and departments. When it was the most difficult period, at that time these people cared about their lives and helped people.
A memorial has been built for 31 such people in the Delhi Assembly complex. The Speaker of the Delhi Assembly thought of building a memorial and built this memorial. For this I want to thank them wholeheartedly. On behalf of the Delhi government, we have given an honorarium of one crore rupees each to the families of all these martyrs. It has also happened only inside Delhi that the families of Corona Warriors have been given an honorarium of one crore rupees each after their martyrdom. Perhaps Delhi is the only state in the whole country and in the whole world, where such work has been done. Today a memorial was built in honor of those Corona Warriors. I am very happy with this. All those who would come to the assembly, seeing the memorial, would remember that it was these people who lost their lives for others.
Countless people have sacrificed their lives to give that open air we are breathing today: Arvind Kejriwal
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that today we also inaugurated the reconstructed hanging house. This hanging house dates back to the British era. This assembly is very old. This is the structure of the British era. No one knew that there is a hanging house here. Only people used to say that there is a hanging house here. No one dared to break the lock and go inside it. The Speaker of the Assembly broke the lock and went inside and saw how the system of hanging two people together is in place. It breaks my heart to see it once.
When you try to imagine how our heroes would have been hanged, there is great panic. How many countless people have sacrificed their lives to give that open air that we are breathing today. There is a hanging house here. In the same way, it is not known how many hanging houses will be there across the country, where countless people were hanged, then we got freedom. Today, on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of independence, it is also an opportunity to remember all those people who sacrificed their lives to get us freedom. It is our duty that we all together make such an India, which was the dream of the people who gave their martyrdom.
Just like a soldier on the border keeps us safe, doctors and staff in Delhi kept us all safe- Ram Niwas Goyal
Delhi Assembly Speaker Ram Niwas Goel said that there must have been no family in Delhi whose family has not suffered from corona. There are many families whose two or three people have gone. The amount of contribution made by Corona Warriors in saving our lives is less than appreciated. He also laid down his life in the war against Corona. For many days he did not go to his house. Don’t worry about your children whether to meet them or not. In that case he kept Delhi safe. A constable kept safe on the border and we all kept these doctors and staff safe in Delhi. That is why this memorable monument has been built in his memory. The names of 31 people who were martyred while serving the people had come to us from different hospitals. There is a stone plaque in his name.
We will all gather here on 9th August every year to pay homage to our corona warriors. He said that the revolutionaries lodged in the Red Fort were hanged in the hanging house located in the assembly complex. That room had been closed for a long time. That hanging house has been given a very beautiful look. The renovated hanging house will touch the hearts of the people and they will feel that they should invite their family and friends to show it. The courtyard of Delhi Vidhan Sabha is becoming more dedicated and inspirational towards our martyrs.
Our doctors and medical staff worked among the corona victims without fear and worked to keep the countrymen safe – Manish Sisodia
On this occasion, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said that every time has its own challenge and some people fight against those challenges without caring for their lives and work to protect the people and the country will always remember their sacrifice and their sacrifice. Is. He said that during the freedom revolution, the country was facing the challenge of the British and our freedom fighters worked to fight those challenges. At the same time, for two years there was a challenge of Corona, which our doctors-medical staff, our Corona Warriors did the work of fighting and protecting the people. He said that our doctors and medical staff did their duty by continuously working among the corona patients without fear and worked to keep the countrymen safe. We all salute his courage.
CM Arvind Kejriwal honored the families of Corona Warriors who gave martyrdom
During this, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal honored the family members of Corona Warriors who lost their lives while serving the people during Corona. In which CMO Dr. Sanjay Kumar, Chief Medical Officer of Netaji Subhash University of Technology Dr. Parvinder Pal Singh, Dr. Abha Bhandari, Senior Medical Officer posted in Delhi Government’s dispensary, Dr. Asim Kumar, specialist of LNJP, Medical Officer Dr. Hitesh Gupta , Medical Officer Dr. Javed Ali, Senior Consultant Dr. Mithilesh Kumar Singh, Principal Ompal, Specialist Dr. Sanjeev Kumar, Dr. Anas Mujahid, Technical Supervisor Charan Singh, Supervisor Ajay Kumar, Lab Technician Jag Pravesh Dagar, Junior Resident Dr. Joginder The family of 31 Corona Warriors who gave their martyrdom including Kumar Chaudhary, Nitin Tanwar, Nursing Officer Rajkumar Agarwal were honored.
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