SI`s widow wants her son out of paramilitary force
Until Tuesday, Baijayanti took pride in being the wife and mother of two bravehearts of the country`s largest paramilitary force.
Kendrapara: Until Tuesday,
Baijayanti took pride in being the wife and mother of two
bravehearts of the country`s largest paramilitary force.
But, as her husband Bidyadhar Barik`s body was taken for
cremation this morning after he fell to Maoist`s bullets, she
could not ask for more but to get her son out of Naxals haven
Bastar and the CRPF.
"Please relieve my son from this dangerous job,"
Baijayanti, whose son Bidhu Bhushan Barik (23) is a sepoy,
"My husband is dead. No mother will want to see his son
meet the same fate," she said as she cried inconsolably.
Bidyadhar was a sub-inspector in the CRPF who was killed
in the Maoist`s attack on Tuesday in Chhattisgarh.
"My son should come back. This is the appeal of a widow,"
However, Bidhu, engaged in combing operation in the area,
has different plans. "I will fight against Maoists more
vigorously now," he said.
Bidyadhar had called his wife on Monday evening and told
her not to worry for him and their son. "He had promised to
return home next month," she said.
Bidyadhar was among the 26 security personnel who will
never return home.