Service No : IC-78545K

Date of Birth : Jan 15, 1993

Birth Place : Jind ,Haryana

Service: Army

Last Rank: Captain

Unit : 10 PARA (SF)

Regiment : The Parachute Regiment

Awards : Shourya Chakra

Date of Martyrdom: Feb 21, 2016

Captain Pawan Kumar SC

Capt. Kumar was born on January 15, 1993, observed as the Army Day, graduated from the 123 course of the National Defence Academy and was commissioned into the Army on December 14, 2013. He was with the 10 Para Special Forces and in service for less than three years.

 

Terrorist Attack: February 21st, 2016

 

Captain Pawan Kumar, who died fighting terrorists on Feb 21, 2016, in Pampore in Kashmir valley was an elite Para Commando. He was a Jat from Jind district in Haryana and a degree holder from Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in Delhi.

 

He was one of the five security personnel killed in the operations at Pampore where terrorists were holed up in the government-run Entrepreneurship Development Institute (EDI). The Army lost Capt Tushar Mahajan from Udhampur and Lance Naik Om Prakash, 32, both from 9 Para who succumbed to injuries in the hospital. Two personnel from the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) Head Constable Driver RK Rana and Head Constable Bhola Singh were also killed.

 

For his supreme sacrifice he was conferred with Shourya Chakra on 15th Aug 2016.

Kisiko reservation chahiye to kisiko azadi bhai. Humein kuchh nahin chahiye bhai. Bas apni razai: Capt Pawan Kumar

(Some want reservation and some want independence. I do not want anything, except my blanket.)

After hearing about his son’s death, Capt Kumar’s father Rajbir Singh’s first reaction was, “I had one child, I gave him to the Army, to the nation. No father can be prouder.” “He was destined to be in the Army as he was born on Army Day,” he added.

“Pawan Kumar was a young and a dynamic officer, He was a true commander”, Lt. Gen. S.K. Dua, General Officer Commanding of Udhampur based 15 Corps said after paying respects to his mortal remains.

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9 Tributes
  • mahesh Chhabria - Thane,Maharashtra

    2017 at 11:59 pm Reply

    Salute To Brave Heart Jai Hind

  • Rishikesh Vishwakarma - Mumbai City,Maharashtra

    2017 at 10:16 pm Reply

    Salute to the brave heart jai hind

  • Makrand Joshi - Bokaro,Jharkhand

    2017 at 12:21 pm Reply

    I salute your heroism and sacrifice. We shall forever remain indebted to you for your service to the nation. Jai Hind

  • Akshay - Bagalkot,Karnataka

    2017 at 12:37 am Reply

    Capt Pawan has been my Idol and i look upto him.

  • Meenal Joshi - Baksa,Assam

    2017 at 10:40 am Reply

    I salute to your heroism and sacrifice Captain Pawan Kumar. Jai Hind..!

  • Valsan Kunnath - Thrissur,Kerala

    2017 at 10:59 pm Reply

    Big Salute to Captain Pawan Kumar, Brave Son of Bharath. “Duty beyond Death” ” Soldiers go beyond call of Duty”
    You proved the patriotism in the most inspiring way to the Nation. You will never be forgotten and will always be
    Saluted for your ultimate Sacrifice. Jai Hind.

  • Ajay Redhu - South Delhi,Delhi

    2018 at 11:31 pm Reply

    Dear Pawan you have become a youth icon today and the nation won’t forget your supreme sacrifice!!! Your Story and Journey still inspires a lot of people!!

  • Vishwajit Singh - Jind,Haryana

    2018 at 5:04 am Reply

    The bhagat singh we have witnessed.
    Even thousand salutes are less for our hero.

  • Deepak Malik - Hisar,Haryana

    2019 at 6:44 pm Reply

    My Brother and my HERO from his childhood.

    Proud on HIM……..

    Miss U. ……

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