CRPF cover PIC is News24's honour for Chetan Cheetah
| Aug. 18, 2017, 7:40 p.m.
New Delhi: Paramilitary force CRPF has recognised the efforts of News24 to honour the Indian bravehearts who endanger and sacrifice their lives for the country. In recognition, CRPF in its magazine's anniversary issue has used felicitation of CRPF braveheart Chetan Cheetah as cover photo. Seen in the picture are News24 Editor-in-Chief Anurradha Prasad and Home Minister Rajnath Singh with Chetan Cheeta and his wife.
On the day when he was honoured, Chetan Cheetah had said that he is ready to teach terrorists a lesson that the they will not forget. Raring to be part of action again, an emotionally charged Cheetah said that all Indians should understand that Kashmir is an integral part of India, and he will do everything to ensure that it remains that way.
To mark three years of Narendra Modi government, News24 had organised a special programme to honour Chetan Cheetah at its mega conclave '3 Saal Modi Sarkar'. At this special event, Home Minsiter Rajnath Singh specially came to honour the brave CRPF commandant, who is recuperating after being discharged from the hospital.
Speaking on the occasion, Cheetah roared, "I was 100% confident that I will come back from the jaws of death. I am ready to fight terrorists again." He called upon the country to support the brave soldiers fighting the anti-nationals and terrorists in Kashmir. "Kashmir is an integral part of India, all Indians should know. Whatever we are doing in Kashmir, we will continue to do that without baggage," braveheart added.
The real life Cheetah thanked News24. "I never thought that a day will come when I will be honoured. I am thankful to News24," he added. He took the opportunity to thank crores of Indians who prayed for him. "I have got a second life," chetan Cheetah added.
The braveheart was shot with nine bullets by terrorists during an encounter in Bandipore in Kashmir. Chetan Cheetah had suffered injuries on his head, his right eye, waist, upper limbs, hands and pelvic region and suffered a ‘maxillofacial’ injury.
News24 again salutes the spirit of this brave soldier!