Colonel Kirori Bainsla, the head of the Gurjar movement, died, was ill for a long time
Kirori Singh Bainsla passes away: After retiring from the army, Kirori Singh Bainsla returned to Rajasthan and started his fight for the Gujjar community. During the agitation, many times they stopped the railways, staged a dharna on the tracks. Many allegations were also leveled against him regarding the movement.
Colonel Kirori Bainsla, who was the head of the Gurjar Aandolan, has passed away (Kirori Singh Bainsla passes away). He had been ill for a long time. When his health deteriorated, he was taken to Manipal Hospital from his residence in Jaipur. Where the doctors declared him brought dead. His son Vijay Bainsla has confirmed the death of his father. Let us tell you that Colonel Bainsla was struggling for a long time to get reservation for the Gujjars.
Who was Kirori Singh Bainsla?
Colonel Kirori Singh Bainsla was born in Mundia village of Karauli district of Rajasthan. Coming from the Gurjar community, Kirori Singh started his career as a teacher but due to his father being in the army, he was inclined towards the army. He also made up his mind to join the army and started serving the country as a soldier. Bainsla was recruited in the Rajputana Rifles of the army. While in the army, he participated in the Indo-China war of 1962 and Indo-Pakistani war of 1965.
Bainsla was also a prisoner of war in Pakistan
Kirori Singh Bainsla was also a prisoner of war in Pakistan. He was known by two surnames. The seniors used to call him ‘The Rock of Gibraltar’ and the rest of the fellow commandos as ‘Indian Rambo’. It was the courage of Kirori Singh that he reached the rank of colonel while getting promoted as a minor soldier in the army. Bainsla has four children. One daughter is in the revenue service and two sons are in the army. While one son is working in a private company. Bainsla’s wife had already passed away and he lived with his son in Hindaun.
Gurjar movement started after retirement
After retiring from the army, Kirori Singh Bainsla returned to Rajasthan and started his fight for the Gujjar community. During the agitation, many times they stopped the railways, staged a dharna on the tracks. Many allegations were also leveled against him regarding the movement. Kirori Singh said that the Meena community of Rajasthan has been given the status of Scheduled Tribe, due to which they got proper representation in government jobs. But this did not happen with the Gujjars. Gujjars should also get their due.
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