22 kids chosen for National Bravery Award, two from Jammu and Kashmir

by Jeremy Spirogis
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New Delhi : The young ones chosen when it comes to National Bravery Award this current year feature two teens from Jammu and Kashmir. Among all of them is a boy from Karnataka just who revealed the best way to an ambulance through the floods within the condition. Officials provided these records.

The Indian Child Welfare Council (ICCW) on Tuesday launched the names of 10 girls and 12 kids when it comes to Bravery Award. Officials said 16-year-old Muhammad Muhsin of Kozhikode in Kerala has actually already been posthumously chosen when it comes to ICCW Abhimanyu Award. <! –

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                 In April this past year, he conserved the resides of three of their comrades once the climate got bad within the ocean, but he passed away in this series.

Sartaj Mohidan (16) hailing from Kupwara and Mudasir Ashraf (19) of Budgam being chosen for the gallantry honor in 2019 for his or her adventure in Kashmir. According to officials, this honor may also be fond of Venkatesh of Karnataka. He showed the best way to an ambulance through the floods in August this past year. The ambulance included the human body of an individual along with his family relations.

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