Discussion in 'Internal Security' started by Sikh_warrior, Aug 21, 2011.
This is a very emotional thread man. Though it honors our heroes, it makes me sad that so many of our valuable soldiers have moved on to Hereafter just because of our dastardly politicos.
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Captain Sunil Kumar Chaudhary, KC, SM, 7/11 Gorkha Rifles
my salute to our fallen heroes ,
Salute to our fallen heros
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RIP my brothers. I wish our nation honours you all with a proper war memorial. Not a borrowed one from WWI with "un-known soldier" written on it.
We want you to be known and and your names etched in rock for eternity.
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this is what left after the brave soldiers descend for our country.
Lt Sushil Khajuria
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India Honours Its Brave
Lt. Sushil Khajuria awarded Kirti Chakra (posthumous) received by his mother.
Naik Smer Singh 18th Battalion RR awarded Shaurya Chakra (Posthumous) received by his wife
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Brig Mohammad Usman Centenary Celebrations Commence
To commemorate the martyrdom a special function is being organized by HQ Central Command Lucknow and another function at Delhi besides several other functions at Varanasi and Agra the base for partroopers, to remember and pay tributes to Brig Mohammed Usman whose courage and leadership continue to inspire men-in-uniform, generation after generations. Lt Gen Anil Chait, GOC-IN- C Central Command and Lt Gen AK Mishra, Chief of Staff will be presiding over important functions.
Brigadier Mohammad Usman was the highest rank officer of Indian Army killed in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1947, At the time of partition of India he with many other officers declined to move to the Pakistan Army and continued to serve the Indian Army. He was awarded a posthumous Maha Vir Chakra for his role in the 1947-48 operations. He was in command of 50 Independent Para Brigade when he defeated a numerically superior enemy force in Naushera effecting a virtual turn-around in the J & K campaign. He met a heroic death when he was only 36.
Brig Usman was born on July 15, 1912 at Bibipur which is a part of today's Azamgarh District in Uttar Pradesh. Young Usman was educated at Harish Chandra Bhai School in Varanasi. An alumina of the prestigious Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst, he was commissioned in the Baluch Regiment.
Despite the bait of becoming the Pakistan Army Chief and intense pressure from the Pakistani leadership to join the Army of the new nation, Brig Usman remained committed to the ideals of his motherland.
When the Baluch Regiment was allotted to Pakistan, Brig Usman was transferred to the Dogra Regiment. At the time of Indo-Pakistani War of 1947-48 , Brig Usman, Commander of 77 Para Brigade was side stepped to command 50 Para Brigade, deployed at Jhangar in December 1947. However, with odds heavily against him, Jhangar was wrested by the Pakistanis on December 25, 1947. The Brigadier vowed to recapture Jhangar - a feat he accomplished three months later.
With the fall of Jhangar, the emboldened Pakistanis seized Naushera and the situation looked grim indeed. In the face of overwhelming odds, he affected the defence of Naushera during the crucial battle by February of 1948. This proved to be the turning point in the campaign that earned Brig Usman two titles of endearment - â€˜Hero of Naushera, and â€˜Saviour of Nausheraâ€™. His fiery leadership resulted in major defeat of the enemy at and around Naushera with 2000 casualties (about 1000 dead and 1000 wounded) while he suffered only 33 dead and 102 wounded.
Jhangar, however loomed large in his mind, and the liberation of which became his obsession. After a month's planning, he was able to put into motion his operation to free Jhangar, and on March 18, the Para Brigade achieved its objective. Jhangar was once again in Indian hands. But it was Jhangar that cost Brig Usmanâ€™s life. On July 3, during a lull in shelling, Brig Usman came out of his tent. In no time, a single shell caught him killing him instantly.
Brigadier Mohammed Usman set an example of personal courage, exceptional qualities of leadership and devotion to duty in the highest traditions of the Indian Army and was thus rightfully honoured with the Maha Vir Chakra.
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IN SEARCH OF PEACE NOOR HUSSAIN LAYS DOWN HIS LIFE
UDHAMPUR: Sepoy Noor Hussain, Sena Medal was enrolled in the 159 Infantry Battalion (Territorial Army) (Home and Hearth) DOGRA on 14 Jan 2004. After undergoing the basic military training, the individual was deployed in Kishtwar District to assist the Rashtriya Rifles in conducting Counter Terrorist operations. He operated in area Mugal Maidan, Chhatru, Keshwan, Palmar and Dul of Kishtwar District. Due to his sincere and meticulous efforts, Noor Hussain, had been effectively yielding actionable intelligence about the terrorists movement and their hideouts, caches etc.
On 27 Oct 2007, Sepoy Noor Hussain provided a hard intelligence about the presence of two Hizbul Mujahedin terrorists at Tainar Forest, general area Chhatru, District Kishtwar and led the operation alongwith Rashtriya Rifles Battalion as a scout. Showing great determination, grit and least concerned to own personal safety the individual eliminated two hardcore terrorists. The details of the eliminated terrorists are as under:-
(a) Mohd Ashraf Bhatt @ Gaznavi s/o Ghulam Mohd Bhatt, r/o Bhatpura, Tehsil Commander of Hizbul Mujahedin Tanzeem.
(b) Jaffar Hussain @ Abid @ Jaffar, s/o Nazeer Ahmed, r/o Narian of Hizbul Mujahedin Tanzeem.
Sepoy Noor Hussain was awarded the SENA MEDAL (GALLANTRY) on 15 August 2008 for the above act of bravery and meticulous planning.
Sepoy Noor Hussain, Sena Medal, also served in United Nations Mission at Lebanon with 2 DOGRA with effect from 14 November 2008 to 14 September 2009.
On the night of 02 May 2012, Sepoy Noor Hussain, Sena Medal provided intelligence about the presence of two hardcore terrorists, viz ; Shaqir Hussain @ Chhota Hafiz and Amir Ali Kamal @ Akram at Kul Gad, general area Palmar Forest and led the Rashtriya Rifle column to the target area. While approaching the target area, the individual came under hostile fire and got seriously injured. Performing the duties of a brave, dedicated and motivated soldier he breathed his last at the spot.
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CAPTAIN HANEEF UDDIN, 24, VrC (P)
11 Rajputana Rifles
Mission: Attacked by intruders and bombarded by artillery, he and his unit, equipped only with small arms, fought to the end.
On 06 June 1999, a company was deployed in "Operation Thunderbolt" to occupy a position, occupation of which would have facilitated better observation spectrum of enemy movement and dispositions in the area. Captain Haneef Uddin volunteered to lead the special mission patrol consisting of one junior commissioned officer and three other ranks. The party made valiant endeavours to occupy the position on the night of 4"' and 5th June 1999. On 06 June 1999 the party tried approaching the position from an adjacent position occupied the previous night by Captain Haneef Uddin at height of 18,500 feet. Advancing in sub-zero temperature along the razor sharp edge from the southwesterly direction, the party came as close as 200 metres of the position when it was fired upon. Captain Haneef Uddin and two other ranks received the brunt of fire.
Inspite of the grave injury, Captain Haneef Uddin, without caring for his personal safety, took position and started firing to pin down the enemy and to extricate his team members. In the ensuing firing from both sides, Captain Haneef Uddin was further hit by enemy artillery and small arms fire. However, he kept on engaging the enemy till his men could reach a safe location. Captain Haneef Uddin however, succumbed to his injuries. Captain Haneef Uddin displayed bravery and concern for his team of the highest order and with utter disregard to his own safety made the supreme sacrifice.
Captain Haneef uddin was awarded Veer Chakra posthumously for the courage and valour he displayed while on duty.
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The Turtuk sector where he had lay down his life after battling highly equipped intruders, had been later renamed as Hanifuddin sector as a sign of respect to his valor.
RIP brave sons of India.
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