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1. Major Som Nath Sharma

In November 1947, Major Sharma was honored with his medal for gallantry in the works of Kashmir. Although his right hand was thrown into a plaster, he stressed to stay with his comrades in the fight.Bahadur soldier fought his life, but stopped the fall of Srinagar and Pakistan to the valley of Kashmir.

 

 

2. Captain Gurbachan Singh Salaria

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After a situation arising out of a civil war in Congo after the exit of Belgium, the United Nations chose military intervention to send about 3,000 people to the United Nations force to improve India’s position.Captain Gurbachan Singh Salaria, who was working in 1 Gorkha Rifles on June 1, 1957, stopped the enemies from going to the chowk, Alistevilleville was surrounded by the United Nations Headquarters. He was honored after his death.

3. Major Dhan Singh Thapa

In August 1949 Major Thapa was handed over to 8 Govinda rifles. In the north of Panagong Lake of Ladakh, Sirijap Valley was considered as important for the safety of the Chancellor Airfield. 1/8 Gorkha Rifles put a checkpost to prevent the terrorists from crushing. Surge-1 – One of these was organized by D-Company Platoon in the order of post-Major Thapa when Chinese attacked India in October, 1962. Major Thapa spoiled the attack and the enemy had to pay a heavy loss.

4. Abdul Hamid

During the Indo-Pak war of 1965, 4 Indian divisions were entrusted with carrying the Pakyas of the Ischogal canal to the east and there were possible attacks of attack on the Kasur-Khemdar Kendra.The enemy tanks were surrounded by the format company’s positions. Hamid would break a restless knot and two enemy tanks were knocking, after which the enemy broke their intrusion machine and shot high explosive on it. Although he was very badly injured and in a blood transfusion, he did not care and fired.

5. Flying Officer Nirmal Jit Singh Sekhon

During the operation of 1971, Flying Officer Nirmal Jit Singh Sekhon was flying with a number of Flying Ballot Squadron Flying Ballant Fighter, which was based in Srinagar. He, along with his colleagues, fought a constant movement of Pakistani aircraft infiltration with fearlessness.In December 1971, a wave of six enemy saber ships attacked Srinagar Airfield. Sekhon raided and immediately created a pair of aggressive Babar. The two enemies succeeded in hurting the airplanes, but an accident occurred in his own ship and he was killed. He was honored for his bravery and patronage gallantry.

6. Major Ramaswamy Parameswaran

Under the Indo-Sri Lanka accord, several Indian Army units were sent to Sri Lanka to maintain law and order. In November 1987, Major Parameswaran and his column attacked by a group of terrorists. Showing the great presence of the brain, Major Parameswaran surrounded him.After this there was a fight with hand-in-law, in which one of the militants shot him in the chest. Regardless of his injuries, he took the rifle from the terrorist and killed him. Although he was injured, he continued to leave his last breath.

7. Manoj Kumar Pandey

Captain Pandey was a Platoon Commander of Operation Vijay of 1999, which was long before the Batalik sector. They will be the first to come back.The progress of the battalion was halted by a determined enemy which had a high level of hindrance. To take the mission, Pandey stepped forward, showing great courage, he proceeded forward to his troops and charged the enemy with a full complicated warring anger.

8. Yogender Singh Yadav

Grenadier Yadav was honored to show exemplary courage during the Kargil war of 1999. He was part of Platoon’s leading team to achieve Tiger Hill. Grenadier Yadav was alarmed by the danger, who expressed his willingness to lead and resolve his team with high level, snowfall and ropes to climb up the top.Seeing them, the enemy killed the commander and his two colleagues in the army of Grenade, Rocket and Artillery. Realizing the gravity of the situation, Grenadier Yadav tried to reach the enemy’s position to maintain many bullet wounds to silence it. However, he continued climbing and firing, killing four enemy soldiers in a nearby fight.He refused to be saved and released, inspired by his powerful action, Patan captured Tiger Hill at the top. He has been honored for his courage and determination in very difficult circumstances.

9. Rifleman Sanjay Kumar

Rifleman Sanjay Kumar was deployed along with 13 Jammu and Kashmir Rifles and in 1999, a team bought a team to occupy the flat top of Point Area in the Masqo valley purchased by Pakistani-backed terrorists.Because they are not alone two hits about their own security, the enemy stops by standing in the bunker through a fire storm.Although he was bleeding heavily from the shooting wounds, he picked up an enemy machine and lifted the other enemy to the bunker and killed three enemy soldiers. He was awarded with Param Vir Chakra for his bravery performance.

10. Captain Vikram Batra

Captain Vikram Batra, 13 Jammu and Kashmir Rifles, and their Delta Company were given the task of restoring Point 5140. He alone killed three enemy soldiers, with whom he was seriously injured. Unhappy with his injuries, he insisted on continuing work. The heroic courage shown by him showed the soldiers of 13 jack rifle to the enemy position and took the Point 5140 in June 1999. A brave soldier was attempting to save a wounded officer during an enemy’s attack.

 

11. L/NK Karam Singh

Subedar and honorary Capt. Karam Singh PVC, MM. (15 September 1915 – 20 January 1993), an Indian soldier, was the first living recipient of Param Vir Chakra (PVC), [2] India’s highest award for gallantry. Singh joined the army in 1941 and in 1944 participated in the Campaign for Burma of World War II, which received military medals for his actions in the Battle of Admin Box.He also fought in the Indo-Pak war of 1947, and for his role in preserving a forward post in Richmar Street, south of Tithwal, PVC He was one of the five soldiers selected to pick up the Indian flag for the first time since independence in 1947. Singh later reached the post of Subeed, and in September 1969, he was given the honorary post before his retirement.

12. LT Rama Raghoba Rane

During World War II, Rane was serving in the British Indian Army. He remained in the military during post-war period and was appointed on 15 December 1947 in the Bombay Separary Regiment of the Indian Army Corps Engineers. In April 1948, during the India-Pakistan War of 1947, Rane played an important role. Indian troops are being assisted by Rajouri to clean up many roads and Mainfields.Neither proceedings helped Indian tanks clear the way forward. On 8 April 1948, he was awarded with Param Vir Chakra for valor. He retired as the Chief of the Indian Army in 1968. During his 28 years of service with the army, he was registered five times in a foreign land. He died in 1994 at the age of 76.

13. Jadunath Singh

Jadunath Singh was admitted to the British Indian Army in 1941 and was employed in World War II, who was fighting against Japan in Burma. He later participated in the 1947 India-Pakistan war as a member of the Indian Army. On February 6, 1948, north of Naushahra, for an action on tension, Naik Jainnath Singh was honored with Param Veer Chakra.
Jadunath Singh ordered class posting to nine men. Although the growing number of Pakistani troops is more than the number of Indians, Singh has defended his leaders against three attempts to quit the post. During the second attack, he was injured.Armed with Stan Gunn, he blamed the third attack with such judgment alone because the reason for taking the attackers back was that he was killed. A sports stadium in Shahjahanpur and a crude oil tanker was named after Singh.

14. CHM PIRU SINGH

Piru Singh joined the British Indian Army on May 20, 1936, and the first Punjab Regiment was appointed. Between 1940 and 1945, he worked as a Northwest Front and an instructor before deploying Japan as part of the British Commonwealth Business Force. After independence, he participated in the Indo-Pak war of 1947,During the fighting service with the Indian Army’s 6th Rajputana Rifles, Singh was a part of a company that was appointed to receive Pakistani position in Jammu and Kashmir at Titwal. Immediately after the start of their assault, the company suffered huge losses. Over time, Singh successfully captured the post of a Pakistani mid-machine gun.However, by that time, the entire company was dead or injured. Singh left alone to achieve the goal. He came out on the enemy’s post and broke the gunade. Before going to another ditch, he suffered a fatal shot on his head.

15. Subedar Joginder Singh

Joginder Singh Sahan, PVC (September 26, 1921 – October 23, 1962) was an Indian soldier who, after his death, received India’s highest military gallantry award, Param Vir Chakkar Singh joined the British Indian army in 1936 and the Sikhs Served in the first battalion of the regiment. During the 1962 Indo-China war, he was commanding a platoon in the north-east frontier agency in Bam La pass. However, more than enough, he led his troops into the enemy’s face and defended his fight until he was injured and killed.

16. Major Shaitan Singh

Maj Shaitan Singh (1 December 1924 – 18 November 1962) was an Indian Army officer and Param Vir Chakkar, the highest military decorator of India. Singh was born in Rajasthan. On completing his graduation, Singh joined the Jodhpur State Forces.The princely state of Jodhpur was merged with India and it was transferred to the Kuman Regiment. He participated in the Naga hills and in 1961 participated in the Indian occupation of Goa.During the 1962 Indo-China war, the 13th Battalion of Kumaon Regiment was erected in Chushul sector. Was under the command of Singh. The company was holding positions in Rajang Law. China attacked on November 18, 1962. After several failed attacks from the front, China backbrew.India continued to fight till its last round, during this time, during the course of the Chinese power gained tremendous power, Singh subsequently left the post to revive the degrees and to increase the morale of his men. As he went to any places around the caps, he was seriously injured and later died due to his injuries. For his work on November 18, 1962, Singh was honored with Param Veer Chakra.

17. Second Lieutenant  Arun Khetrpal

Second lieutenant Arun Khetrapal, PVC (14 October 1950 – December 16, 1971), born in Pune, Maharashtra, was an officer of the Indian Army and India’s highest military decoration after the death of Paramvir Chakra on the face of hostility He passed away in the spring battle of 1971 Indo-Pakistan war, where his actions gave him respect.

 

 

18. Lance Naik Albert Ekka

Lance Naik Albert Eka, PVC (27 December 1942 – 3 December 1971) was a soldier in the Indian Army. He died in the battle of Heeli during the India-Pakistan war in 1971. After his death, Paramvir Chakra was awarded India’s highest award for gallantry in the face of enemy.

 

 

19. Captain Bana Singh

Subedar Major and honorary Captain Bana Singh, PVC (January 6, 1949) is a retired Indian soldier and is the Param Vir Chakra, the recipient of the nation’s highest military award. He has appointed Naib Subedar, Subedar, Subedar Major and Honorary Captain in the Indian Army. As a Naib Subedar, he was leading the team who had achieved the highest peak in Siachen as part of Apia Rajiv. In his honor, the top was kept “Bana Post”.

20.Ardeshir Burjorji Tarapore

Lieutenant Colonel Ardeshir Burjorji Tarapore an Officer and in the Indian Army, was India’s largest recipient of gallantry award.After completing his studies in Pune, Tarapur got his job in the Hyderabad Saina and his commission was formed on January 1, 1942. Initially, he joined the infantry, but later he was shifted to a brave surgery regiment, first to the Hyderabad Imperial Service Lancers. During the Second World War, Tararpur took action in the Middle East.After joining Hyderabad State in 1948, Tarapore was selected to join Indian Army. He was commissioned again in April 1951 and deployed on 17 horses. Later, she participated in a training course in the Centurion Tank in the United Kingdom. During the Indo-Pak war of 1965, 17 horses took action in the Sialkot sector.Tarapur led the regiment in the Battle of several tanks between September 11 and 16, and was killed in a similar battle in Bodur-Dogrendi on September 16. Under his leadership, the regiment destroyed 60 Pakistani tanks whereas Indians faced nine losses.

21. Major Hoshiar Singh

Hoshiar Singh was born on May 5, 1937 in a village of Sisana on Rohtak-Sonepat Road. His father Chaudhary Hira Singh was a respected farmer and mother, Mathuri Devi, a woman with a heart and mind. He married Dhanu’s goddess when he was studying in class 7 and had three sons. He completed his schooling at his school and after one year in Jat college of Rohtak, he joined the Indian army.In June 1963, he was posted in the Third Grenadiers Regiment and was appointed for the first time in the North East Frontier Agency. As a young officer, he also participated in the Indo-Pak war of 1965, but it was 1971’s war where he proved his worth and won the respected Param Vir Chakra.

 

 

 

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