Indian Army soldier Rajesh Orang who was 26-year-old was killed in the violent face-off between India and China in Ladakh. As per reports, Rajesh Orang was supposed to leave for home in May but had to stay due to coronavirus, he was the sole earning member of the family.
It should be noted that Rajesh Orang was one of 20 jawans killed in the India-China violent clash in Galwan Valley. The 26-year-old has been working for the Indian Army for 6 years, he belonged to Birbhum in West Bengal and was posted at 16 16 Bihar Regiment.
Sole earning member of his family, Rajesh Orang martyred in India-China face-off
Rajesh Orang’s family was waiting for him since May and now his dead body will arrive at his native village in West Bengal’s Birbhum. As per reports, Rajesh was admitted to the hospital after the face-off on Tuesday and his family was informed about his death in the evening along with the 19 others.
It is very sad that Rajesh Orang was the sole earning member of the family. His father is sick and his sister is unmarried. His family was dependent on him financially and now has asked the government for some aid. It is very unfortunate and an irreparable loss. The family now is clueless about their future.