Nirmal Singh Homage Martyrs Manipur Imphal Jammu Dogra Warriors

Jammu bids adieu to martyred sons

Mortal remains of seven valiant martyrs reached from Imphal in a Special Indian Air Force aircraft at midnight at Air Force Station Jammu.  

Six Martyrs Naib Subedar Ram Singh, resident of Swankha More, Vijaypur, Hav Satpal Bhasin, resident of Muthi, Jammu, Hav Randeep Singh, resident of village Bomal, Akhnoor, Lance Naik Kuldeep Raj, resident of village Burn, Jammu, Sepoy Vijay Kumar, resident of village Serh, Akhnoor and Hav Sunil Kumar resident of Sunderbani were from Jammu region and Martyr Sepoy Manjeet Singh was from Pathankot.

Before the dispatch of the mortal remains for the last rites and military funeral, wreath laying was conducted at Station Headquarters Jammu.  The wreath were laid by Major General Dushyant Singh, GOC, Tiger Division, Air Commodore Ashutosh Lal, Air Officer Commanding, Air Force Station Jammu, Station Commander, Jammu, Col A Mathur, Administrative Commandant and other officers.

The Deputy Chief Minister of J&K Dr. Nirmal Singh attended the last rites and military funeral of Hav Satpal Bhasin. Shri Jugal Kishore, MP attended the last rites and military funeral of Lance Naik Kuldeep Raj and Shri Ravinder Raina, MLA attended the last rites of Hav Sunil Kumar. Major General Kulpreet Singh, General Officer Commanding, Crossed Swords Division attended the last rites and military funeral of Hav Randeep Singh.  Brigadier Vivek Sharma, Deputy General Officer Commanding, Crossed Swords Division attended the last rites and military funeral of  Hav Sunil Kumar.

A large number of locals including their family members, Army authorities and civil dignitaries were present and paid homage to the martyrs. The Kith and Kin of martyrs Martyr along with a large number of locals  gathered to pay their last respects to sons of the soil who laid down their lives fighting for the motherland and ensuring the safety and security of his countrymen.

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