, Kashgar, Xinjiang, March 4 (Reporter Zhu Jingchao) On March 3, the Propaganda Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China posthumously awarded the title of “Model of the Times” by the Propaganda Department of the CPC Central Committee.

On January 4, 2021, Razzini gave his precious life for saving the children who fell into the ice cave. He was only 41 years old.

  As a herder who lives and grazes in the Pamirs, Razini Bayka's father and grandfather are border guards who guard the border of the motherland.

He inherited the "Baton" from his father, Bayika Kelidibek, and guarded the side in the Pamirs.

The boundary markers, rivers, and ravines on the border line all left the footprints of Lazini Baika.

A family of three generations, who defended the frontier for nearly 70 years, Lazini Baika was affectionately called the "plateau eagle" by the local herders.

  The reporter has visited the Tashkurgan Tajik Autonomous County (Taxian for short) on the Pamirs for many times. What is still fresh in my memory is September 2017. During the autumn harvest season in the Pamirs, the reporter visited Razzini at his home to interview him.

What the reporter remembers most is that he once said that he took three things with him when he patrolled the side: cement, paint and naan.

  Lazini told reporters at the time that every time he patrolled the border with border guards, he had to bring three things: cement, paint and naan.

Naan is dry food on the road, and water is everywhere in the ravine.

When they arrived at the boundary marker, they had to repair the damaged area with cement, refresh it with paint, and write characters.

"In front of the boundary monument, we all salute and swear."

  Ta County borders Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan, with a border line of 888 kilometers long.

The average altitude of Khunjerab is more than 5,000 meters, the oxygen content is less than half of the plain, the wind is above level 7 all year round, and the minimum temperature exceeds minus 40°C.

  Three generations of the Lazini family served as guides for border guards and soldiers, patrolling the border for more than 70 years.

Because the road is difficult and difficult, he can only rely on the yak as a guide. In the three generations of patrolling the side road, his family has more than 10 yaks dedicated their lives.

The most unforgettable time in Razzini's memory was when a yak stepped on a crevice in the water, his leg couldn't be pulled out, he used too much force, and his waist broke.

This "warrior" was no longer able to continue his journey. He and the officers and soldiers were heartbroken for it and mourned it in their hearts.