Kargil Vijay Diwas: The heroic story of an Indian soldier who was martyred

Kargil Vijay Diwas: The heroic story of an Indian soldier who was martyred

Kargil Vijay Diwas: The heroic story of an Indian soldier who was martyred while chasing Pakistanis from the holy land of India

Hello, friends today i.e., July 26 is Kargil Vijay Diwas. To drive the enemies out of our holy land, the army soldiers put their lives at stake. Hundreds of soldiers also became martyrs. Our brave soldiers, fighting the enemies, laid down their lives, but did not give up and killed them by pushing them across the border.

Kargil Vijay Diwas

In Kargil war, drove the enemies out of India:

The soldiers of this region did the work of making India proud by writing a new text in the war in 1999 at the peak of Kargil. Among them, the name of Ranbankure Kamlesh Sisodia of Sadabad is taken with respect. Kamlesh had killed five soldiers of Pakistan before making his supreme sacrifice to conquer Kargil’s peak. Following his father’s footsteps, Kamlesh’s son has also decided to join the Army and teach a lesson to the country’s enemies.

Son Jitendra, following in father's footsteps:

Let me tell you that martyr Kamlesh’s elder son Dharmendra does a private job. Jitendra Sisodia, the younger son, joined the 24 Rajput Rifles Army in 2012 and realized his father’s dream. Currently, he is posted in Ganganagar (Rajasthan). Beti Chhaya’s husband, Arun Kumar, is also a Lance hero in the CRPF. Jitendra is also desperate to get rid of the enemy’s sixes in the war when he gets a chance while walking on his father’s map. No less than his freshman father.

Laughed and killed himself: Nayak Ganesh Yadav

Let us also tell you that during the Kargil War, Lal, Nayak Ganesh Yadav of Pandeychak village of Bihata block of Patna district, headed by Charlie Company at point 4268 of Batalik sector, lost his life laughing. During Operation Vijay, the Army honored him with the Vir Chakra for his courage and lofty spirits. Twenty-one years of this martyrdom are to pass, but the government did not respect the martyr in his own house.

 

 Mother Devi of Nayak Ganesh Yadav says that the then Chief Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav came to her house and then made many promises. But even today, the promises remain half-finished. Neither built a house, nor any facility, which the state government has made many announcements about that martyr. But the announcement proved to be only hollow. Neither got a government job nor any government facility.

Nobody can forget the victory saga of Shaheed Dola Ram:

In the Kargil war, no one can forget the victory story of martyr Dola Ram, who killed 17 dreaded Pakistani terror infiltrators unarmed in the bunker. But Shahid’s proud wife and two children are still sorry that the government has forgotten the promises made on the martyrdom of her husband and the true sons of this country.

 

Martyr’s wife, Prema Devi, says that the government named the senior secondary school at Nitthar after Dola Ram, who was martyred in this action after Operation Vijay. Martyr Dola Ram Singh’s wife, Prema Devi, thanking the state government for setting up the memorial, said that there is a demand for roofing of this cement memorial for the last five years. Regarding which last year also, SDM Anni Chet Singh, MLA Kishori Lal Sagar, had promised that there would be a roof over this memorial till the next victory day. But it didn’t work till today.

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