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18 May 1948. Third battalion of Garhwal Rifles less one company was given the task of securing the Trahgam ridge. Lt Col Kaman Singh took upon himself to lead this attack against very heavy resistance. Rfn Guman Singh was one of the bravehearts of this Company. While the attack was on, Lt Col Kaman Singh with total disregard to heavy enemy firing, continuosly went up to his forward platoons constantly encouraging his men. Later, his battalion less two companies was again given the task of carrying out a raid on a strongly held position on the Buni ridge beyond Tithwal. In spite of heavy fire, the attack was carried out with such precession and speed that enemy fled in utter consternation leaving behind many dead and wounded. Lt Col Kaman Singh and Rfn Guman Singh displayed indomitable resolve, grit and determination throughout the operation for which they were both awarded #MahavirChakra and #VirChakra respectively #ThisDayThatYear #BraveSonsOfIndia

On 15 march 1948, Major Satyapal Chopra while commanding a company during the advance on Jhangar,came under heavy fire of four machine guns and six light automatics. The hostiles lay strongly entrenched on Pir Thal Nakka, a formidable hill feature. Major Chopra rushed forward with a platoon and gave his troops covering fire. Despite being wounded, he led the operation. In the process of evacuating his men, he was mortally wounded. Major Satyapal Chopra made the supreme sacrifice saving the lives of his comrades and displayed leadership qualities and devotion to duty of the highest order. He was awarded the #MahaVirChakra Posthumously #BraveSonOfIndia #ThisDayThatYear
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On 06 Sep 1965, during Operation RIDDLE, Lt Gen H K Sibal, Maj Gen Rajinder Singh, Maj Gen Gurbaksh Singh, Lt Col D E Hayde, Lt Col N K Khanna & Subedar Ajit Singh were instrumental in delivering a crushing blow to the adversary. It was their personal courage , grit and exemplary leadership in the face of enemy which turned the tide of war in favour of Indian Forces. For their outstanding contribution and valour they were awarded the #mahavirchakra

On 15 march 1948, Major Satyapal Chopra while commanding a company during the advance on Jhangar,came under heavy fire of four machine guns and six light automatics. The hostiles lay strongly entrenched on Pir Thal Nakka, a formidable hill feature. Major Chopra rushed forward with a platoon and gave his troops covering fire. Despite being wounded, he led the operation. In the process of evacuating his men, he was mortally wounded. Major Satyapal Chopra made the supreme sacrifice saving the lives of his comrades and displayed leadership qualities and devotion to duty of the highest order. He was awarded the #MahaVirChakra Posthumously #BraveSonOfIndia #ThisDayThatYear

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Sepoy Hari Singh,under intense enemy fire, attacked & killed four enemy soldiers.Awarded #MahavirChakra
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Lt Colonel IJS Butalia as the Commanding Officer of Battalion during a Complimentary operation with an Infantry Brigade was seriously wounded by heavy enemy firing and his left hand was completely blown off. Undeterred, he refused to be evacuated. Lieutenant Colonel Butalia showed selfless devotion to duty and a fine example of leadership, which led to the success of the operation. For the courageous act Lt Colonel IJS Butalia displayed conspicuous gallantry and inspiring leadership in keeping with the highest traditions of the Army for which he was posthumously awarded #MahavirChakra #ThisDayThatYear #BraveSonsOfIndia

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18 May 1948. Third battalion of Garhwal Rifles less one company was given the task of securing the Trahgam ridge. Lt Col Kaman Singh took upon himself to lead this attack against very heavy resistance. Rfn Guman Singh was one of the bravehearts of this Company. While the attack was on, Lt Col Kaman Singh with total disregard to heavy enemy firing, continuosly went up to his forward platoons constantly encouraging his men. Later, his battalion less two companies was again given the task of carrying out a raid on a strongly held position on the Buni ridge beyond Tithwal. In spite of heavy fire, the attack was carried out with such precession and speed that enemy fled in utter consternation leaving behind many dead and wounded. Lt Col Kaman Singh and Rfn Guman Singh displayed indomitable resolve, grit and determination throughout the operation for which they were both awarded #MahavirChakra and #VirChakra respectively #ThisDayThatYear #BraveSonsOfIndia

Hav Khattri despite running dhort of ammunition repulsed en counter attack. For his act of exemplary courage & grit, awarded #MahavirChakra ❤🇮🇳 Thank you #ADGPI Indian Army for sharing this.🙏 Follow - @the_indianarmedforces
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18 May 1948. The Third Battalion of Nine Gorkha Rifles was ordered to capture a pimple feature adjacent to a high feature. The platoon commander having been wounded, Havildar Lal Bahadur Khattri took over and under his leadership the platoon secured the whole ring contour. The remnant enemy troops gathered and did a counter attack to regain the lost position. Own ammunition in the platoon was fast dwindling which was discouraging. Havildar Khattri remained firm in his position all along and faced the advancing enemy with undaunted courage. Meanwhile, one Rifleman of his platoon was mortally wounded. Havildar Khattri disregarding his personal safety went ahead to pull back his colleague. Later when he ran short of grenades, he started hurling stones at the advancing enemy and at the same time evacuated his colleague to safety. This dauntless courage of their leader helped the men regain their spirit and the enemy’s counter attack was beaten back leaving 14 dead. This was an outstanding example of gallantry which saved the battalion from a serious setback. For this valiant act Rfn Lal Bahadur Khattri was awarded #MahavirChakra. #ThisDayThatYear #BraveSonsOfIndia

Naik Sispal Singh was the Platoon Havildar of 4 Platoon of ‘B’ Company of 2nd Battalion The Jat Regiment. He was assigned to lead attack on Rohatak picquet on 9 April 1948. Despite injury, he refused to be evacuated and carried on the attack, inspiring his men to advance with greater determination and grit. Naik Sispal Singh was wounded seriously. He refused to be evacuated and continued to motivate his men to capture the objective. Young Naik Sispal Singh’s bravery and selfless devotion to duty are beyond human endeavour & courage. He was awarded #MahavirChakra (Posthumously) #BraveSonOfIndia #ThisDayThatYear.
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On 8 April 1948, Central India Horse less two Squadrons attacked Barawali in J&K. Captain Jatar went with the leading company in the attack. When the companies faced heavy opposition, he moved across the bullet and mortar-swept area in the full view of the enemy. He indicated targets to his tanks to enable advance. It was mainly due to audacity and dauntless courage of Capt Arvind Nilkanth Jatar that all the tanks reached the objective. Throughout the battle, Captain Jatar conducted himself with superb courage with no regard for his personal safety. Awarded #MahavirChakra #ThisDayThatYear #BraveSonOfIndia

On 2 March 1989, Colonel Vijay Kumar Bakshi led a company group of 6/8 Gorkha Rifles on a search-and destroy mission. The Company encountered militant’s camp in the area of Nayaroo Lagoon in the Wani Sector (Sri Lanka). Exchange of fire involving firing by the militants form multiple directions, turned into a prolonged engagement, lasting over twenty-four hours. Colonel Bakshi auudaciously led his troops and despite injuries refused to break contact with the militants and continued to press forward. Colonel Bakshi ensured continued pressure on militants, which resulted in inflicting heavy damage and casualties on militants. Throughout the operation, Colonel Vijay Kumar Bakshi displayed conspicuous courage, determination and valiant combat leadership. Awarded #MahavirChakra #BraveSonOfIndia #ThisDayThatYear

On 2 March 1989, Colonel Vijay Kumar Bakshi led a companygroup of 6/8 Gorkha Rifles on a search-and destroy mission. The Company encountered militant’s camp in the area of Nayaroo Lagoon in the Wani Sector (Sri Lanka). Exchange of fire involving firing by the militants form multiple directions, turned into a prolonged engagement, lasting over twenty-four hours. Colonel Bakshi auudaciously led his troops and despite injuries refused to break contact with the militants and continued to press forward. Colonel Bakshi ensured continued pressure on militants, which resulted in inflicting heavy damage and casualties on militants. Throughout the operation, Colonel Vijay Kumar Bakshi displayed conspicuous courage, determination and valiant combat leadership. Awarded #MahavirChakra #BraveSonOfIndia #ThisDayThatYear
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On 29 March 1989, Colonel Vijay Kumar Bakshi led a company group of 6/8 Gorkha Rifles on a search-and destroy mission. The Company encountered militant’s camp in the area of Nayaroo Lagoon in the Wani Sector (Sri Lanka). Exchange of fire involving firing by the militants form multiple directions, turned into a prolonged engagement, lasting over twenty-four hours. Colonel Bakshi auudaciously led his troops and despite injuries refused to break contact with the militants and continued to press forward. Colonel Bakshi ensured continued pressure on militants, which resulted in inflicting heavy damage and casualties on militants. Throughout the operation, Colonel Vijay Kumar Bakshi displayed conspicuous courage, determination and valiant combat leadership. Awarded #MahavirChakra #BraveSonOfIndia #ThisDayThatYear

On 2 March 1989, Colonel Vijay Kumar Bakshi led a company group of 6/8 Gorkha Rifles on a search-and destroy mission. The Company encountered militant’s camp in the area of Nayaroo Lagoon in the Wani Sector (Sri Lanka). Exchange of fire involving firing by the militants form multiple directions, turned into a prolonged engagement, lasting over twenty-four hours. Colonel Bakshi auudaciously led his troops and despite injuries refused to break contact with the militants and continued to press forward. Colonel Bakshi ensured continued pressure on militants, which resulted in inflicting heavy damage and casualties on militants. Throughout the operation, Colonel Vijay Kumar Bakshi displayed conspicuous courage, determination and valiant combat leadership. Awarded #MahavirChakra BraveSonOfIndia ThisDayThatYear
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On 19 March 1948, Lt Col Rajindar Singh, MVC, 7 LIGHT CAVALRY, at Gumri, Jammu & Kashmir, executed an audacious plan to push tanks across 12,000 ft high and snow swept Zojila Pass. Lt Col Rajindar Singh boldly led the Regiment across the Zojila pass and captured the formidable pass for India. Awarded #MahavirChakra #ThisDayThatYear #BraveSonsofIndia
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Sepoy Hari Singh,under intense enemy fire, attacked & killed four enemy soldiers.Awarded #MahavirChakra
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Sepoy Hari Singh,under intense enemy fire, attacked & killed four enemy soldiers. Awarded #MahavirChakra #BraveSonOfIndia #ThisDayThatYear
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On 15 march 1948, Major Satyapal Chopra while commanding a company during the advance on Jhangar,came under heavy fire of four machine guns and six light automatics. The hostiles lay strongly entrenched on Pir Thal Nakka, a formidable hill feature. Major Chopra rushed forward with a platoon and gave his troops covering fire. Despite being wounded, he led the operation. In the process of evacuating his men, he was mortally wounded. Major Satyapal Chopra made the supreme sacrifice saving the lives of his comrades and displayed leadership qualities and devotion to duty of the highest order. He was awarded the #MahaVirChakra Posthumously #BraveSonOfIndia #ThisDayThatYear
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On 15 march 1948, Major Satyapal Chopra while commanding a company during the advance on Jhangar,came under heavy fire of four machine guns and six light automatics. The hostiles lay strongly entrenched on Pir Thal Nakka, a formidable hill feature. Major Chopra rushed forward with a platoon and gave his troops covering fire. Despite being wounded, he led the operation. In the process of evacuating his men, he was mortally wounded. Major Satyapal Chopra made the supreme sacrifice saving the lives of his comrades and displayed leadership qualities and devotion to duty of the highest order. He was awarded the #MahaVirChakra Posthumously #BraveSonOfIndia #ThisDayThatYear

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