These Are The 17 Martyrs Who Lost Their Lives In the Uri Attack

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The Indian Army camp in Uri sector of Jammu and Kashmir came under attack from Pakistani terrorists in the early hours of the morning yesterday. The Army came into action and neutralised the enemy quickly. It was only after the operation was over that the real loss came to fore – 17 soldiers died in the attack.

Here’s the list of martyrs who lost their lives yesterday.

1. Subedar Karnail Singh, r/o Vill Shibu Chak, Teh- Bishnah, Dist Jammu, Jammu & Kashmir.
2. Havildar Ravi Paul, r/o Samba, Dist Jammu, Jammu & Kashmir.
3. Sepoy Rakesh Singh, r/o Vill Baddja, Dist Kaimur, Bihar.
4. Sepoy Javra Munda, r/o Vill Meral, Dist Khuti, Jharkhand.
5. Sepoy Naiman Kujur, r/o Vill Gumla, Chainpur, Jharkhand.
6. Sepoy Uike Janrao, r/o Vill Nandgaon (Kh), Dist Amravati, Maharashtra.
7. Havildar NS Rawat, r/o Vill Rajawa, Dist Rajasmand, Rajasthan.
8. Sepoy Ganesh Shankar, r/o Vill Ghoorapalli, Dist Sant Kabir Nagar, Uttar Pradesh.
9. Naik SK Vidarthi, r/o Vill Boknari, Dist Gaya, Bihar.
10. Sepoy Biswajit Ghorai, r/o Vill Ganga Sagar, Dist South 24 Parganas, West Bengal.
11. Lance Naik G Shankar, r/o Vill Jashi, Dist Satara, Maharashtra.
12. Sep G Dalai, r/o Vill Jamuna Balia, Dist Howarah, West Bengal.
13. Lance Naik RK Yadav, r/o Vill Balia, Uttar Pradesh.
14. Sepoy Harinder Yadav, r/o Vill Ghazipur, Dist Ghazipur, Uttar Pradesh.
15. Sepoy TS Somnath, r/o Vill Khadangali, Dist Nashik, Maharashtra.
16. Havildar Ashok Kumar Singh, r/o Vill Raktu Tola, Dist Bhojpur, Bihar.
17. Sepoy Rajesh kr Singh, r/o Vill Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh.

It’s not just the 17 soldiers, but 17 families that have been affected. The family of Havildar Ravi Pal is in mourning. His cousin was informed by the Army that Ravi had been killed in the attacks.

According to a report in Indian Express, he was to move from Uri in two days time. His wife Geeta had been looking forward to spending time with him and had moved with their children, 11 and 7, to Pathankot 20 days ago. Unfortunately that was not to be.

We salute the brave martyrs. The nation will not forget your sacrifice.

News Source: India Times

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