Sacrificed his life for the country: Captain Vikram Batra had achieved two special peaks in Kargil | Param Vir Chakra.

Sacrificed his life for the country: Captain Vikram Batra had achieved two special peaks in Kargil | Param Vir Chakra.

Captain Vikram Batra displayed his bravery and skill and sacrificed his life for the country, due to which he was awarded the ParamVir Chakra.

Death anniversary special: Captain Vikram Batra had achieved two special peaks in Kargil.

Captain Vikram Batra displayed his bravery and skill and sacrificed his life for the country, due to which he was awarded the ParamVir Chakra.

The Kargil War in India was not a big war of the Indian Army, but its importance is very high in the Indian military history because in this war, our army (Indian Army) courageously according to the situation, according to the situation, the skill and patience. Introduced, he was unique. In this war, Captain Vikram Batra was awarded the Param Vir Chakra posthumously for his indomitable courage. Captain Batra of 13 Jammu and Kashmir Rifles was martyred in the Kargil War on 7 July 1999.

Captain Vikram Batra achieved the highest position at the age of 24, which every Indian soldier dreams of. Played an important role in capturing Point 4875 in the Kargil War. Born in Palampur, Himachal Pradesh, Vikram Batra’s father Girdhari Lal Batra was a principal in a government school and his mother was a school teacher.

Captain vikram batra preferred service to the country.

After schooling in Palampur, he did his graduation in Chandigarh, during which he obtained NCC’s C certificate and also participated in the Republic Day parade in Delhi, after which he decided to join the army. During his studies, Batra was selected in the Hong Kong company for the Merchant Navy, but he preferred service to the country instead of a lucrative career.

after graduation, he became part of the Manekshaw Battalion with joining selected, and the Indian Military Academy in the United defense service begun the preparation and in 1996 with CDS the Services Selection Board. Only 2 years after completing the training, he got a chance to go to the battlefield.

December 1997, he was appointed to the post of lieutenant in 13 Jammu and Kashmir Rifles at Sopore in Jammu, after which in June 1999, he reached the rank of Captain on the basis of success in the Kargil war itself. After this, Captain Batra’s contingent was given the responsibility of freeing the important 5140 peak on the Srinagar-Leh road.

Vikram Batra quotes.

First Captain Batra began his wind of the enemy without moving succeeded so climb to the top so that enemy soldiers were approaching their lethality JD, Cbki his platoon was always lethality JD from the enemy. From here the Captain led his comrades and launched a direct attack on the enemy and on the morning of June 20, 1999, taking possession of the three and a half peaks, proclaiming his victory on the radio, called Yeh Dil Maange More.

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Batra’s detachment got the responsibility of capturing the peak of 4875 after this. On this narrow peak, the Pakistani soldiers had made a strong blockade. Captain Batra this time also adopted the same strategy and decided to implement it quickly. This time also he was successful in his work, but during this time he himself got very injured and before the capture of India on the peak, he killed many Pakistani soldiers with his troop and sacrificed his life.

Sacrificed his life for the country: Captain Vikram Batra had achieved two special peaks in Kargil | Param Vir Chakra.
Sacrificed his life for the country: Captain Vikram Batra had achieved two special peaks in Kargil | Param Vir Chakra.

the bravery of Captain Batra of Pakistan Army, he not only got the honor of Param Vir Chakra posthumously, but the peak of 4875 has also been named Vikram Batra Top. He is the second soldier from Palampur to have received the Param Vir Chakra. Before him, Major Somnath Sharma was awarded the first Param Vir Chakra in the country.