Shaurya: The hero of the 1971 war, which lured 3 thousand Pakistani soldiers dust


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Shaurya: The hero of the 1971 war, which lured 3 thousand Pakistani soldiers dust
12:43 AM August 5, 2022

Brigadier Kuldip Singh Chandpuri: On August 15, the country is going to celebrate 75th Independence Day of Independence. On this occasion, the country's most popular channel Zee News has started a special series called 'Shaurya'. In this series, we are telling you the valor of the soldiers who died for the country. Are going to celebrate the 75th anniversary. On this occasion, Zee News, the most popular channel of the country, has started a special series called 'Shaurya' in memory of the Indian Army soldiers for the country. Today we will remember the 1971 war hero Brigadier Kuldeep Singh Chandpuri.

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Battle of Indo-Pak 1971. On one side, about 60 tanks of the Pakistani Army, in which a machine gun that blows for 2 kilometers and about 3 thousand Pak soldiers. On the other hand, Brigadier (then Major) Kuldeep Singh Chandpuri was stationed at Loungawala outpost with only 120 Indian soldiers.

In such a situation, the hero of the Longewala Front, Indian Army Brigadier Kuldeep Singh Chandpuri, along with his soldiers, had dusted three thousand soldiers of the Pakistani Army. Brigadier Kuldeep Singh Chandpuri and his indomitable courage are made Bollywood's famous film border, in which Sunny Deol played his role.

Wife came to know about war on radio

Not only that, Surinder Kaur, wife of Brigadier Kuldeep Singh Chandpuri, did not even know where her husband is posted in the 1971 war. He came to know the bravery story of Brigadier Kuldeep Singh Chandpuri from All India Radio. This was told by Surinder Kaur during the interview.

inspired the soldiers to fight like this

Brigadier Kuldeep Singh Chandpuri had said during an interview that thousands of Pakistani army soldiers and 40-50 tanks surrounded us. It was very difficult to escape from there. It was difficult to take a decision in such circumstances. He told that at such a time he could not leave the post, because his religion did not allow it. After this I inspired my soldiers to fight. The Sikh Regiment was posted at Loungawala outpost. Chandpuri gave examples of martyrdom of Guru Govind Singh and his sons to his soldiers and said that if we leave the war, it will be a stigma on the entire Sikh community.

Brigadier wanted to work in the army from the beginning

Brigadier Kuldeep Singh Chandpuri was born on 22 November 1940. At the time of his birth, his family was living in Mint Gumri in the present Pakistan. After the partition of India -Pakistan in the year 1947, his family settled in village Chandpur in Nawashahar district of Punjab. Chandpuri was associated with NCC (National Cadet Corps) as an active member from the very beginning. In 1962, he passed the NCC examination after graduating from a government college in Hoshiarpur.

Kuldeep Singh Chandpuri joined the Indian Army in 1962. Exactly one year later in 1963, he was commissioned from Officers Training Academy in the 23rd Battalion of Punjab Regiment, it is one of the oldest and highly embellished units of the Indian Army. He was awarded the Mahavir Chakra and Vishisht Seva Medal for great services in the Indian army. He breathed his last on 17 November 2018.

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