John And Sonakshi To Pay Tribute To Martyrs On 3rd November at Amar Jawan Jyoti

12:27 pm 3 Nov, 2016


‘Force 2’ has become the first Bollywood movie in history to dedicate its trailers to the unsung heroes of our nation.

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Vipul Amrutlal Shah, John Abraham, Abhinay Deo, Sonakshi Sinha and Tahir Bhasin want the government of India to recognize and give respect to the unsung martyr’s of the country who have given their lives serving the nation.

John and Sonakshi will be visiting Amar Jawan Jyoti in New Delhi on 3rd November to pay their respects to the martyrs who lost their lives serving the country.

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The team is keen that the names of the unsung heroes should get recognized and their martyrdom should be celebrated like those of soldiers.

A petition will be launched by them to vocalize their request and spread awareness about their cause, before taking the petition to the government.

There are officers who sign clauses of anonymity for certain operations risking their life without giving a second thought to it, they want to ask the government to find some means to protect them.

Once spies are caught they are disowned by the government and their family suffers a great deal, and hence we need to do something to get them recognition and ensure that their work doesn’t go unnoticed.

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These spies help us prevent/avoid the biggest wars. Their effort and sacrifice go unacknowledged, even while they live and even after their death, they remain uncelebrated.

The team of ‘Force 2’ will launch a petition addressing the issue that the long due pending cases of such unsung heroes get resolved, helping them receive the needed status and recognition in society.

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The team will be paying their tribute at Amar Jawan Jyoti, the war memorial under the arch of India Gate, which is another memorial to 82,000 soldiers of the undivided Indian Army who lost their lives during the First World War. The flame burns perpetually to remind the nation of soldiers who lost their lives during the Indo-Pak war of 1971.

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