Vijay Diwas | Warriors Defence Academy Lucknow Uttar Pradesh

Vijay Diwas

Vijay Diwas

Vijay Diwas: We offer excellent preparatory training for the entrance examinations to get into the Indian armed forces.

Since our inception 7 years ago, under the captaincy of one of India’s leading youngest entrepreneurs – Mr. Gulab Singh. Hundreds of our candidates have been selected and many of whom have attained top ranks in final UPSC merit. #Vijay Diwas

  • The institute has highly qualified and reputed team instructors each fully devoted to providing an unparalleled education for NDA/CDS/SSB/AFCAT/CAPF.
  • The task of teaching transcends the classrooms so as to guide the students to realize their highest potential, and to encourage them to optimize the results.
  • Involvement and excellence in extracurricular activities like SSB guidance, personality development, debates, team games, lecture, etc feature in the training.
  • Our aim at the academy is to make the students imbibe discipline and groom moral and ethical values. Come, be a part of this success story and fulfill your desire for joining the reputed Indian Armed forces and serving the nation.

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Warriors Defence Academy is the Best NDA Coaching in Lucknow. We are the Leading Coaching Institute for NDA/CDS/AFCAT/Army/Air Force/Navy Located in Lucknow. Warriors Defence Academy has the Largest GTO Ground in India. The Aspirants of Defence Services are guided by Ex. Defence Officers. WDA was also Awarded as Best NDA Academy in Lucknow. #Vijay Diwas

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Vijay Diwas is commemorated every 16 Dec to mark India’s victory over Pakistan in the 1971 war and to remember the sacrifices of her valiant soldiers. The beginning of the Indo-Pak War of 1971 goes back to the Bangladesh Liberation War of 1970, a revolution that began with the refusal of West Pakistan’s ‘Pakistan People’s Party to yield the premiership to Sheik Mujibur Rahman, leader of the Awami League, despite an absolute majority in the 1970 Pakistani elections. Following this was a cruel massacre of Biharis in East Pakistan, which in turn led to retaliation in the form of Operation Searchlight by West Pakistan. #Vijay Diwas

#Vijay Diwas Following this was a cruel massacre of Biharis in East Pakistan, which in turn led to retaliation in the form of Operation Searchlight by West Pakistan. By March 1971, after a series of strikes, non-cooperation movements, and military involvement which led to the death, arrest, and exile of many Awami League members and intellectuals of East Pakistan, the Awami League leaders declared the independence of Bangladesh and formed a government in exile. A widespread genocide by the West Pakistani military forces, targeting Bengalis and Hindus in East Pakistan, led to a huge number of refugees, as much as 10 million, taking shelter in India. On 27th March, the then Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi decided that war with Pakistan would be more economical and in April, General Manekshaw was asked to ‘Go into East Pakistan’. By November, thousands of West Pakistan forces marched towards the border, and the massive Indian forces responded to this threat. #Vijay Diwas

A widespread genocide by the West Pakistani military forces, targeting Bengalis and Hindus in East Pakistan, led to a huge number of refugees, as much as 10 million, taking shelter in India. On 27th March, the then Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi decided that war with Pakistan would be more economical and in April, General Manekshaw was asked to ‘Go into East Pakistan’. By November, thousands of West Pakistan forces marched towards the border, and the massive Indian forces responded to this threat. On 3rd December, eleven airfields in north-western India were the targets of a massive pre-emptive air strike by the Pakistani Air Force, marking the declaration of war. The Indian military mobilized troops immediately and that very night, the Indian Air Force retaliated with an initial air strike. #Vijay Diwas

On 3rd December, eleven airfields in north-western India were the targets of a massive pre-emptive air strike by the Pakistani Air Force, marking the declaration of war. The Indian military mobilized troops immediately and that very night, the Indian Air Force retaliated with an initial air strike. A thirteen-day war ensued, where the Indian forces coordinated a massive air, sea, and land assault. Despite Pakistani forces attacking the borders on the west, the Indian troops held their ground, while on the eastern front, they launched a massive attack employing blitzkrieg techniques. Within a fortnight, the Pakistani military faced heavy casualties and met with insurmountable losses. On 16th December, the West Pakistan forces stationed in East Pakistan surrendered. The Instrument of Surrender was signed on this day and the short but vicious war came to an end. It was a clear victory for the Indian military and the war stripped Pakistan of nearly half of its population and #Vijay Diwas

The Instrument of Surrender was signed on this day and the short but vicious war came to an end. It was a clear victory for the Indian military and the war stripped Pakistan of nearly half of its population and one-third of its army was in captivity. The 1972 Simla Agreement resulted in the release of the Pakistani prisoners of war, the recognition of Bangladesh as an independent State, and the ceding of land captured by Indian troops during the war. #Vijay Diwas

The bravery of the Indian troops, exemplary skill, determination, and above all, love for the country brought this historic victory, which changed the course of history for the Indian subcontinent forever. Around 2,500 to 3,800 Indian soldiers were killed in the war and 45 air crafts were destroyed. It is the duty of every Indian to remember these brave hearts, who made their supreme sacrifice for our safe and brighter tomorrow. #Vijay Diwas

The War

The Indo-Pakistan War of 1971 lasted for thirteen days, making it one of the shortest wars in history. During the crisis between East and West Pakistan, in the year 1971, a struggle for independence was born. With the increasingly brutal effects of the Bangladesh Liberation War, refugees started pouring into the already economically strained state of India. India could no longer bear a passive witness to the struggle and decided to intervene, leading to the infamous Indo-Pak War of 1971. #Vijay Diwas

The war was fought on two fronts. One was fought in the region of East Pakistan and saw active offense by the Indian Army. The other was fought on the western front, with a more complex series of naval and ground attacks. #Vijay Diwas


The Indo-Pakistan War of 1971 was sparked by the Bangladesh Liberation war. In the 1970 Pakistani elections, the Awami League of East Pakistan secured an absolute majority and consequently should have claimed the premiership of Pakistan. However, the leader of the Pakistan People’s Party of the traditionally dominant West Pakistan refused their claims. #Vijay Diwas

Following this, there was widespread dissent among the people of East Pakistan. The then President Yahya Khan called on the military to suppress the dissent and on the 1st of March, he convened the National Assembly. In retaliation, they began targeting ethnic Bihari people who had supported West Pakistan. Nearly 300 members of the Bihari community were killed in early March.

This, in turn, paved the way for West Pakistan to commence Operation Searchlight. On 25th March, the military was deployed into East Pakistan to disarm soldiers and police. That very night, Dhaka witnessed widespread chaos as Awami League leaders were banished and arrested. Operation Searchlight followed as the military was instructed to eliminate all political and military opposition.

On 26 March 1971, Ziaur Rahman declared the independence of Bangladesh on behalf of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. #Vijay Diwas

Shortly after this, in April, the exiled Awami leaders formed a ‘government-in-exile’ and the Mukti Bahini was formed under the Commander-in-Chief General Mohammad Ataul Ghani Osmany.


Following Operation Searchlight, West Pakistan was engaged in atrocious genocide against the East Pakistan people, targeting the Bengali population and particularly the Hindu community. This, in turn, led to the fleeing of around 10 million refugees into Indian states. The East Indian border was opened by India and camps were set up in the East and North East to provide the refugee’s safe shelter. This set up a severe strain on the Indian economy. #Vijay Diwas

On 27th March 1971, Indira Gandhi expressed her support for the Bangladesh independence struggle. She decided that war with Pakistan would be the most economical solution and on 28th April, the Cabinet asked General Manekshaw to go into East Pakistan. By the end of September, the refugee camps witnessed recruiting and training of troops, and the air in Pakistan had changed as well. People were campaigning to ‘Crush India’.


By the month of November, it seemed that the war was inevitable. Indian troops began building up near the Eastern border. The Indian military waited for winter when the Himalayan passes would be blocked by the snow, successfully preventing the participation of the Chinese, who were supporting Pakistan.

The 23rd of November witnessed President Yahya Khan declaring a state of emergency and instructing his people to prepare for war. #Vijay Diwas

The official beginning of the war occurred on the evening of 3rd December. Pakistani air force launched a pre-emptive airstrike on eleven Indian airfields. However, this attempt, known as Operation Chengiz Khan, was unsuccessful and Prime Minister Indira Gandhi announced that the strikes were a declaration of war against India. The Indian Air Force retaliated that very night and launched a counterattack, achieving aerial superiority.

Following this Indira Gandhi ordered the mobilization of troops and launched a full-scale invasion with an integrated air, sea, and land attack. #Vijay Diwas


INS launches an Alize aircraft

On the eastern front, the Indian Eastern Naval Command, under the leadership of Vice Admiral Krishnan, completely isolated East Pakistan by means of a naval blockade in the Bay of Bengal, trapping the Eastern Pakistani Navy and eight foreign merchant ships in their ports.

The aircraft carrier INS Vikrant was deployed on the 4th of December, and it’s Sea Hawk fighter-bombers attacked many coastal towns in East Pakistan including Chittagong. Pakistan attempted to retaliate by deploying the deadly submarine PNS Ghazi, however, it sank off Visakhapatnam’s coast, presumably due to a strategy developed by the Vice Admiral to trick the Pakistani naval forces. #Vijay Diwas

On 9th December, the Indian Navy lost the INS Khukri at the hands of the Pakistani submarine PNS Hanger.


On the western front of the war, the Indian Navy, under the command of Vice Admiral S.N. Kohli, launched Operation Trident on the night of 4th December. They managed to successfully attack Karachi’s port using missile boats and sank Pakistani destroyer PNS Khyber and minesweeper PNS Muhafiz, also damaging PNS Shah Jahan. In response to this, Pakistani submarines were deployed to destroy Indian warships. However, a huge number of Pakistani sailors were killed and they many ships, submarines and were slowly running out of fuel, thus crippling the Pakistan Navy’s involvement.

On the 8th of December, Operation Python was launched and Indian missile boats attacked the Karachi port, causing still more destruction of fuel tanks. They also sank of three Pakistani merchant ships.

Considering the naval hostilities, India achieved a clear victory, taking down nearly half of Pakistan’s naval forces. #Vijay Diwas


IAF Crossing border 1971

On the aerial front, the IAF acted in quick response to the pre-emptive strikes on the airbases. They established a mass retaliation to the airstrikes and continued to battle the PAF over the conflict zone. Whereas, the PAF took up a more defensive stand. Their numbers slowly dwindled in the air battle and soon, the IAF had easily outnumbered them. The PAF did not assist during India’s raid on the naval port of Karachi, but bombed the Okha harbor is a response. However, the air contingent of PAF No. 14 Sqn was annihilated, successfully rendering the Dhaka airfield useless, ultimately leading to Indian aerial superiority in the east. #Vijay Diwas

Through the length of the war, the IAF was able to conduct a wide range of missions including troop support, air combat, deep penetration strikes, para-dropping behind enemy lines, feints to draw enemy fighters away from the actual target, bombing, and reconnaissance. Meanwhile, the Pakistan Air Force was solely focused on air combat and defending their own bases. The IAF held a huge upper hand over the PAF and quickly established superiority, changing the course of the war.


1971 ground Operations

On the western front, Pakistani troops attacked at various positions along the border, however, their attempts were foiled by the Indian army who held their position. They also advanced toward Pakistani territory and made some initial gains, which would later be relinquished back to Pakistan. #Vijay Diwas

1971 Tank

In the east, the Indian Army and the Mukti Bahini (Bangladeshi forces) joined together and adopted a proficient strategy. They launched a swift, three-pronged assault of nine infantry divisions with attacked armored units and close air support to converge on Dhaka. As these forces attacked Pakistani formations, the Indian Air Force destroyed the air contingent in East Pakistan and put the Dhaka airfield out of commission while the Indian Navy blockaded any maritime help, thus isolating East Pakistan from the offenses of West Pakistan.

Within a short span of thirteen days, the effective strategies of the Indian military and the spirit of the Indian troops brought a swift victory to India. Pakistani forces incurred great losses on naval, air, and ground fronts and their military had to withdraw. #Vijay Diwas


On 16 December, Pakistani forces in East Pakistan, faced with great losses, surrendered. The ‘Instrument of Surrender was signed at Ramna Race Course in Dhaka on the same day, by Lieutenant General Jagjit Singh Aurora, General Officer Commanding-in-chief of Eastern Command of the Indian Army, and Lieutenant General A. A. K. Niazi, Commander of Pakistani forces in East Pakistan. #Vijay Diwas

In 1972, the ‘Simla Agreement was signed between India and Pakistan, ensuring that Pakistan recognized the independence of Bangladesh in exchange for the return of the Pakistani POWs.

Mujibur Rahman was released from prison and returned to Dhaka on 10 January 1972. He became the first President of Bangladesh. #Vijay Diwas

7 MarSheikh Mujibur Rahman declares that “The current struggle is a struggle for independence”, in Dhaka.
25 MarWest Pakistani forces commence Operation Searchlight. Thousands of people are killed in student dormitories and police barracks in Dhaka.
26 MarSheikh Mujibur Rahman signed an official declaration of independence and sent it through a radio message. Major Ziaur Rahman and other Awami League leaders announced the declaration of independence on behalf of Sheikh Mujib from Kalurghat Radio Station, Chittagong. The message was relayed to the world by Indian radio stations.
27 MarBangladesh Force namely Mukti Bahini was formed under the Commander-in-Chief General Mohammad Ataul Ghani Osmany.
17 AprExiled leaders of the Awami League formed a provisional government.
3 DecWest Pakistan launches a series of preemptive air strikes on Indian airfields. The war officially begins. IAF launches air strikes against infiltrators.
6 DecEast Pakistan is recognized as an independent Bangladesh by India.
14 DecThe systematic elimination of Bengali intellectuals is started by the Pakistani Army and local collaborators
16 DecLieutenant-General A. A. K. Niazi, supreme commander of the Pakistani Army in East Pakistan, surrenders to the Allied Forces. India and Bangladesh are victorious.
12 Jan 1972Sheikh Mujibur Rahman comes to power
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Major Hoshiar SinghCapt Swaraj ParkashFg Off Nirmaljit Singh Sekhon*
2nd Lt Arun Khetarpal*Capt Mahendra Nath Mulla* 
Lance Naik Albert Ekka*Cdr Kasargod Patnashetti Gopal RaoMAHA VIR CHAKRA
 Cdr Mohan Narayan Rao Samant 
MAHA VIR CHAKRACdr Babru Bahan YadavGp Capt Chandan Singh
 Lt Cdr Santosh Kumar GuptaWg Cdr Padmanabha Gautam
Brigadier Anand SarupLt Cdr Joseph Pius Alfred NoronhaWg Cdr Ramesh Sakharam Benegal
Brigadier Joginder Singh BakshiLeading Seaman Chanam SinghWg Cdr Allan Albert D’Costa
Brigadier Joginder Singh Gharaya Wg Cdr Swaroop Krishna Kaul
Brigadier Krishnaswamy Gowri ShankarVIR CHAKRAWg Cdr Harcharan Singh Mangat
Brigadier Hardev Singh Kler Wg Cdr Cecil Vivian Parker
Brigadier Anthony Harold Edward MichiganCapt Padavupurackal Chandy AndrewsWg Cdr Man Mohan Bir Singh Talwar
Brigadier Anant Vishwanath NatuCapt Manohar Pralhad AwatiWg Cdr Vidya Bhushan Vasisht
Brigadier Kailash Prasad PandeCapt Rustom Khushro Shapoorjee GhandhiSqn Ldr Madhavendra Banerji
Brigadier Sant SinghCapt Kumara Madhava Velappan NairSqn Ldr Ravinder Nath Bhardwaj
Brigadier Mohindar Lal WhigCapt Jagdish Chandra Puri 
Brigadier Arun Shridhar VaidyaCdr Rajinder Singh GrewalVIR CHAKRA
Colonel Udai SinghCdr Ravindar Das Dhir 
Lt Col Hanut SinghCdr Benoy RoychowdhuryGp Capt Robert Arnold Weir
Lt Col Sukhjit SinghCdr Roy Joseph MillanGp Capt Manmohan Singh
Lt Col Raj Mohan VohraCdr Ommen Mukadavil OmmenWg Cdr Arun Kanti Mukherjee
Lt Col Narinder Singh SandhuCdr Subir PaulWg Cdr Keshev Chandra Aggarwal
Lt Col Ved Prakash AiryCdr Laxminarayan RamdasWg Cdr Bhupendra Kumar Bishnoi
Lt Col Chittoor VenugopalCdr Suresh Kumar SabhlokWg Cdr Donald Melvyn Conquest
Lt Col Arun Bhimrao HarolikarCdr Vijay Singh ShekhawatWg Cdr Harser Singh Gill*
Lt Col Shamsher SinghCdr Rishi Raj SoodWg Cdr Krishan Kumar Badhwar
Lt Col Surinder KapurCdr Kailash Nath ZaduWg Cdr Murari Lal Trehon
Lt Col Ved Prakash GhaiLt Cdr Ashwani Kumar MehraWg Cdr Narinder Chatrath
Lt Col Kulwant Singh PannuLt Cdr Saurirajulu RamsagarWg Cdr Ramanathan Sundarsan
Lt Col Sawai Bhawani SinghLt Cdr Ashok Roy*Wg Cdr Ravindar Nath Dogra
Lt Col Rajkumar SinghLt Cdr Sankar Prasad GhoshSqn Ldr Arya Bhushan Lamba
Lt Col Rattan Nath SharmaLt Cdr Inder SinghSqn Ldr Allan David Alley
Lt Col Prem Kumar KhannaLt Cdr Vijai JerathSqn Ldr Anil Kumar Bhadra
Lt Col Kashmiri Lal RattanLt Cdr Bahadur Nariman KavinaSqn Ldr Ashok Prataprao Shinde
Lt Col Harish Chandra PathakLt Cdr George MartisSqn Ldr Charanjit Singh
Major Amarjit Singh BalLt Cdr Om Prakash MehtaSqn Ldr Dinesh Chandra Bhandari
Major Daljit Singh NarangLt Cdr Prabhat KumarSqn Ldr Dilip Kumar Dass
Major Anup Singh GahlautLt Cdr Jayanta Kumar RoychoudhurySqn Ldr Dhirendra Singh Jafa
Major Vijay Rattan ChowdharyLt Cdr Rajat Kumar SenSqn Ldr Farokh Jehangir Mehta
Major Dharam Vir SinghLt Cdr Inderjit SharmaSqn Ldr Gursaran Singh Ahluwalia
Major Chewang RinchenLt Cdr Joginder Krishan SuriSqn Ldr Charanjit Singh Sandhu
Major Vijay Kumar BerryLt Arun PrakashSqn Ldr Ghanshyam Singh Thapa
Major Kuldip Singh ChandpuriLt Bipinchandra Bhaskar BhagwatSqn Ldr Iqbal Singh Bindra
Major Basdev Singh MankotiaLt Virendra Kumar DattaSqn Ldr Jal Maniksha Mistry*
Major Jaivir SinghLt Keshar Singh PanwarSqn Ldr Jasbir Singh
Captain Pradip Kumar Gour*Lt Prem KumarSqn Ldr Jasjit Singh
Captain Devinder Singh AhlawatLt Raminder Singh SodhiSqn Ldr Jiwa Singh*
Captain Shankar Rao Shankhapan WalkarLt Vijai Prakash KapilSqn Ldr Krishan Kumar Bakshi
2nd Lt Shamsher Singh SamraLt Suresh Kumar MitterSqn Ldr Kalyan Kumar Dutta
Sub Malkiat SinghLt Suresh Gajanan SamantSqn Ldr Kirpal Singh
Sub Mohinder SinghSurgeon Lt Sudhansu Sekhar PandaSqn Ldr Mohinder Kumar Jain*
Havildar Bir Bahadur PunSub Lt Ashok KumarSqn Ldr Preet Pal Singh Gill
Havildar Thomas PhilliposeCh. Pty. Off. Mughilissery Ouseph ThomachanSqn Ldr Ramesh Chander Kohli
Naik Sugan SinghPty. Off. Ravinder Nath SharmaSqn Ldr Ramesh Chander Sachdeva*
Lance Naik Nar Bahadur ChhetriMaster CEA 2nd Class Megh Nath SangalSqn Ldr Ravindra Nath Bali
Lance Naik Ram Ugram PandeyMech. 3rd Class Lakhman Kumar ChakrabartySqn Ldr Suresh Damodar Karnik
Lance Naik Drig Pal SinghLeading Elec. Mate Kapallisai RajuSqn Ldr Sanjay Kumar Choudhury
Lance Naik Shangara Singh Sqn Ldr Sindhaghatta Subbaramu
Sepoy Ansuya Prasad Sqn Ldr Vinod Kumar Bhatia
Sepoy Pandurang Salunkhe Sqn Ldr Vishnu Narain Johri
Rifleman Pati Ram Gurung Flt Lt Aruna Kumar Datta
Rifleman Dil Bahadur Chettri Flt Lt Ashok Kumar Singh
  Flt Lt Arun Laxman Deoskar
VIR CHAKRA Flt Lt Andre Rudolph Da Costa*
  Flt Lt Aspari Raghunath
Lt Col Narendra Nath Rawat Flt Lt Apramjeet Singh
Lt Col Patrick Ian Lawlor Flt Lt Aditya Vikram Pethia
Lt Col Prakash Chander Sawhney Flt Lt Arun Vasant Sathaye
Lt Col Bhartruhari Trimbak Pandit Flt Lt Bharat Bhushan Soni
Lt Col Prasanta Coomar Purkayastha Flt Lt Cherry Hassand Rane
Lt Col Raj Singh Flt Lt C S Chandrasekaran
Lt Col Satinder Kumar Kapoor Flt Lt Dinesh Chander Nayyar
Lt Col Suresh Chandra Gupta Flt Lt Dilip Kamalakar Dighe
Lt Col Jasbir Pal Singh Flt Lt Govind Chandra Singh Rajwar
Lt Col Francis Tiburtius Dias Flt Lt Chandra Mohan Singla
Lt Col Ran Bahadur Gurung Flt Lt Gurdev Singh Rai*
Lt Col Raj Kumar Suri Flt Lt Harbans Perminder Singh
Lt Col Kuldip Singh Brar Flt Lt Hemant Sharat Kumar Sardesai
Lt Col Amarjeet Singh Brar Flt Lt Syed Iqbal Ali
Major Atma Singh Hansra Flt Lt Jagdamba Prasad Saklani
Major Suraj Jit Chaudhari Flt Lt J P Singh
Major Govind Singh Flt Lt Kuldeep Singh Sahota
Major Ravinder Datt Law Flt Lt Kukke Sreekantasastry Suresh
Major Kamal Nanda Flt Lt Lawrence Fredric Pereira*
Major Malvinder Singh Shergill Flt Lt Nandepanda Appachu Ganapathy
Major Harish Kumar Chopra Flt Lt Mahabir Prasad Premi
Major Kitkule Prakash Digamber Flt Lt Manjit Singh Dhillon
Major Manjit Singh Dugal Flt Lt Melvinder Singh Grewal
Major Virender Singh Ruhil Flt Lt Mohinder Singh Sandhu
Major Pradeep Kumar Sharma Flt Lt Manjit Singh Sekhon
Major Davinder Pal Singh Flt Lt Manbir Singh
Major Harpal Singh Grewal Flt Lt Nitin Gajanan Junnarkar
Major Manoptkia Mandappa Ravi Flt Lt Niraj Kukreja
Major Baldev Raj Bhola Flt Lt Roy Andrew Massey
Major Surinder Singh Jamwal Flt Lt Prem Bhushan Kalra
Major Vijay Kumar Bhaskar Flt Lt P D Gupta
Major Surinder Vatsa Flt Lt Pushpa Kumar Vaid
Major Mahmood Hasan Khan Flt Lt Parminder Paul Singh Kwatra
Major Survendra Singh Negi Flt Lt Parvez Rustom Jamasji
Major Jagmal Singh Rathore Flt Lt Pradip Vinayak Apte*
Major Shyamveer Singh Rathore Flt Lt Ramesh Chander Gosain
Major Gopal Krishan Trivedi Flt Lt Robindra Kumar Sinha
Major Vijay Kumar Vaid Flt Lt Rajendra Singh Wahi
Major Krishna Kumar Prodhan Flt Lt Samar Bikram Shah
Major Vinod Bhanot Flt Lt Sukrutaraj Jayandra
Major Amlan Pratap Datta Flt Lt Shivinder Singh Bains
Major Appasaheb Dadasaheb Surve Flt Lt Syed Shahid Hussain Naqvi
Major Kuldip Singh Gill Flt Lt Surinder Singh Malhotra
Major Sheel Kumar Puri Flt Lt Vinod Kumar Neb
Major Bikal Kishan Das Badgel Flt Lt Vijay Kumar Wahi*
Major Abjeet Singh Mamik Flt Lt Winston Rabinder Sanjeeva Rao
Major Vetri K. Nathan Flt Lt Partha Dasgupta
Major Jai Bahagvan Singh Yadava Flt Lt Chidambaran Sargangapani
Major Chandra Kant Flt Lt Yogendra Prasad Singh
Major Inder Prakash Kharbanda Fg Off Balchandra Chengapa Karumbaya
Major Ashok Kumar Tara Fg Off Bartan Ramesh
Major Anantanarayanan Krishana swamy Fg Off Donald Lazarus
Major Hardev Singh Grewal Fg Off Harish Masand
Major Narain Singh Fg Off Jai Singh Gahlawat
Major Harish Chandra Sharma Fg Off Kariyadil Cheriyan Kuruvilla
Major Sukhpal Singh Fg Off Kishan Lakhimal Malkani*
Major Kailaina Chongthu Fg Off Mohan Dikshit
Major Kuppanda Ponnappa Nanjappa Fg Off Sankaranarayanan Balasubramanian
Major Narinder Kumar Sharma Fg Off Satish Chandra Sharma
Major Sunhara Singh Fg Off Sukhdev Singh Dhillon
Major Sarlejeet Singh Ahluwalia Fg Off Sudhir Tyagi*
Naik Appukuttan Sahadevan  
Naik Jajula Sanyasi  
Naik Ankush Mahadev Chawan  
Naik Eknath Kardile  
Naik Maruti Nakil  
Naik Shamu Bhosle  
Naik Nihal Singh  
Naik Khajur Singh  
Naik Raja Singh  
Naik Ramesh Chand  
Naik Raghubir Singh  
Naik Gurjant Singh  
Naik Mohinder Singh  
Naik Naib Singh  
Lance Naik Shreepati Singh  
Lance Naik Gabar Singh Negi  
Lance Naik Raghunath Singh  
Lance Naik Narjang Gurung  
Lance Naik Umar Singh Gurung  
Lance Naik Om Bahadur Chhetri  
Lance Naik Gobardhan Adhikari  
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Lance Naik Magar Singh  
Lance Naik Megh Raj  
Lance Naik Durga Datt  
Lance Naik Janak Singh  
Lance Naik Mohan Lal  
Lance Naik Bisheshwar Singh  
Lance Naik Abhey Ram  
Sepoy Ganga Singh  
Sepoy Mohmad Iqbal  
Sepoy Kolli John Christapher  
Sepoy Kashinath Sivrudra Kamble  
Sepoy Kharak Singh  
Sepoy Kachru Salve  
Sepoy Kisan Rao Jagadale  
Sepoy Hanumant Krishna More  
Sepoy Avtar Singh  
Sepoy Banwari Lal  
Sepoy Jagjit Singh  
Sepoy Mehar Singh  
Sepoy Sampuran Singh  
Sepoy Birdha Ram  
Sepoy Satyawan Singh  
Sepoy Udai Raj Singh  
Sepoy Mohan Singh  
Sepoy Rachhpal Singh  
Sepoy Sampuran Singh  
Sepoy Boota Singh  
Sepoy Karnail Singh  
Sepoy Swaran Singh  
Grenadier Amrit  
Grenadier Gorakh Ram  
Grenadier Gurbax Singh  
Grenadier Mangal Singh  
Grenadier Marud Khan  
Grenadier Rafiq Khan  
Grenadier Ram Kumar  
Gunner Armugam*  
Gunner Bhadreswar Pathak*  
Gunner Ajit Singh  
Gunner Tek Ram  
Rifleman Makar Singh Negi  
Rifleman Moti Kumar Newar  
Rifleman Man Bahadur Pun  
Rifleman Udae Bahadur Khatri  
Rifleman Prem Bahadur Thapa  
Rifleman Phas Bahadur Pun  
Rifleman Dalip Singh Thapa  
Rifleman Dhan Bahadur Rai  
Rifleman Chagan Singh  
Rifleman Prem Singh  
Sapper Durga Shanker Paliwal  
Sowar Jai Singh  
Sowar Mohan Singh  
Guardsman Brij Lal  
Paratrooper Vaijnath Shinge  
NC Mangat Ram  
Captain Sivasankara Pillai Surendra Nath
Captain Gopalam Lakshminarayana Swamy
Captain Raghunath Prashad Chaturvedi
Captain Vanchitatil Oommen Cherian
Rifleman Padampeem Bahadur Thapa
Lance Naik Chandraket Prasad Yadav
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