- General Bipin Rawat and his significant other Madhulika Rawat were let go on Friday at the Brar Square crematorium in Delhi.
- The grandchild was additionally raged at their home, offering final appreciation to his grandparents.
Head of Defense Staff General Bipin Rawat and his significant other Madhulika Rawat were let go on Friday at the Brar Square crematorium in Delhi. Their two little girls Kritika Rawat and Tarini Rawat, played out the last rituals of their folks.
Very little is had some significant awareness of Bipin Rawat’s girls. Kritika is the oldest girl who is hitched and has a child. The grandchild was additionally raged at their home, offering final appreciation to his grandparents. More youthful little girl Kritika Rawat is a promoter and used to remain with the guardians in Delhi.
While Bipin Rawat was a local of Uttarakhand, his significant other, Madhulika Rawat, was from Madhya Pradesh. The two of them kept a solid association with their local spots.
Bipin Rawat had visited his local town Saina in 2018 and let his uncle know that he needed to construct a house and settle there.
As reviewed by his uncle Bharat Singh Rawat, Bipin Rawat called him about a month prior and got some information about the street availability to the town.
Bipin Rawat’s maternal town is in Uttarkashi, which he had last visited in 2019. Family members from his maternal side also knew that Bipin Rawat needed to get comfortable in Uttarakhand.
Bipin Rawat and Madhulika Rawat got hitched in 1986 when Bipin Rawat was a chief in the Army.
Bipin Rawat was in close touch with his parents-in-law as his brother by marriage Yashwardhan Singh reviewed a discussion where Bipin Rawat vowed to visit Madhya Pradesh’s Shahdol in January one year from now. He had plans to set up a Sainik school in the area.
As Bipin Rawat and Madhulika Rawat were let go on Friday, Madhulika’s siblings said they would pick the remains early morning tomorrow and head to Haridwar, where the cinders will be inundated in the heavenly Ganga. “Both Gen Rawat and my sister were incinerated on a typical fire.
We will pick the cinders early morning tomorrow in a ‘Kalash’ and head to Haridwar, where the remains will be submerged in the blessed Ganga. A few customs will be performed,” said Gen Rawat’s brother by marriage Yashwardhan Singh told PTI.