sangram patil an Indian soldier martyred in rajouri border

sangram patil

Indian soldier sangram patil martyred in rajouri border :

An other jawan from Kolhapur was martyred. Kolhapur jawan Sangram Patil was martyred in a Pakistani attack today (Saturday) in the Rajouri sector of Jammu and Kashmir.

Sangram patil was to come on holiday in May. His dream was to have a new home. The family had also started building houses in Kolhapur.

But Sangram’s dream remained unfulfilled. He is survived by his parents, wife and two young children.

Constable  Sangram Patil was critically injured in a firing incident in Lam area of ​​Naushera sector in Rajouri district around 1 am, officials said.

Sangram Patil

He later reported being injured. Another soldier was also injured and is being treated at a military hospital, officials said.

Indian forces responded strongly to quell the Pakistani gunfire and cross-border firing between the two sides continued for some time, officials said.

On Twitter, the General Officer Commanding (GOC) of the Jammu-based White Knight Corps and all other groups expressed their gratitude and condolences to the family of Constable  sangram patil.

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In a statement, the defense spokesperson said that Havaldar sangram patil , a resident of Nigave village in Kolhapur, Maharashtra was a brave, highly motivated and sincere soldier.

He said that the nation will forever be indebted to him for his supreme sacrifice and devotion to duty.

According to officials, Pakistani Rangers opened fire on the international border in the Hiranagar sector of Kathua district.

The firing started at around 10 pm on Friday in Satpal, Manyari, Ladwal and Karol Krishna border areas. Officials said the Border Security Force had provoked a strong and effective response.

Cross-border clashes continued till 5.30 am on Saturday and no casualties were reported from India, he said.

The incident comes just a week after Pakistani troops violated several ceasefires along the Line of Control (LoC) in north Kashmir. On November 1, 11 people, including five security personnel, were killed.

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