Pulwama martyr Ajit Kumar Azad's wife & daughters take responsibilities after him

08 Mar 2019 11:09 AM

Pulwama martyr Ajit Kumar Azad's wife & daughters take responsibilities after him

Updated 08 Mar 2019 11:09 AM

When Ajit’s family got to know about the terrorist attack on the evening of February 14, they were in shock. But they wanted to know whether Ajit was fine or not and called the him on his mobile phone. But unfortunately, he could not pick up their call.
ABP News talked to his wife and two daughters. 

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