Service: Army

Place of Birth: Bhalwal, J & K

Last Rank : Lance Naik

Last Unit : 3 JAKRIF

Regiment : The J & K Rifles

Date of Martyrdom : 12, jul 2017

Lance Naik Ranjit Singh

Lance Naik Ranjit Singh was born in  village Burn in Bhalwal area of Jammu and Kashmir. Following the tradition of the area he also joined Indian Army. He was serving  in 3 JAK Rif of India Army. On the fateful day of Wednesday Jul 12,2017 he was deployed at a forward post in Keran sector of J&K.

 

The Ceasefire Violation By Pakistan on 12 Jul, 2017

 

On July 12, 2017 violating  ceasefire  Pakistan Army unleashed terror on the Line of Control  and their snipers started targeting our soldiers. Lance Naik Ranjit Singh and one more soldier who were  deployed at Furkiya area of Chowkibal in Keran sector of Kupwara district  felled to this dastardly and unprovoked act. Both valiant soldiers who belonged to Jammu district  laid down their life safguarding the boundary of our nation and truly  lived up to the Indian Army’s highest standard of making sacrifice for our motherland.

 

Lance Naik Ranjit Singh is survived by his wife Neha Devi Son Kartik And Daughter Kajal

Northern Army chief Lt Gen Devraj Anbu paid his respects to the two soldiers and offered condolences to their families.

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15 Comments
  • PRAMUKH KUMAR

    2017at5:33 pm Reply

    The nation will be forever indebted to the sacrifice of this valiant son

  • Anjali Sharma

    2017at4:03 pm Reply

    You shall remain a source of inspiration to all Indians for generations to come. I salute you and your
    family for the sacrifice.

  • Manoj pandey

    2017at8:14 am Reply

    God provide peace to their soul and their family members… BRAVE personal of Indian continent

  • Kumar

    2017at7:22 am Reply

    May his soul rest in peace .
    A salutation for your sacrifice.

  • Charulata sankhla

    2017at8:50 am Reply

    My regards to all

  • Neha Sharma

    2017at2:50 pm Reply

    RIP Lance Nayak Ranjit Singh n may God provide strength and courage to his family to overcome the difficult circumstances.

  • Mantralayam Srinath

    2017at11:20 am Reply

    Soldiers never die. They live on in the hearts of us soldiers, both serving and non serving and also those did not manage to complete their training.
    You will live on in our hearts and inspire us. The sacrifice for the Motherland is never in vain.
    Jai Hind brother in arms

  • dilip mukherji

    2017at5:58 pm Reply

    Nobody can make a bigger sacrifice We remember you

  • Shantilal Shah

    2017at9:45 pm Reply

    RIP soldier never die.They live in heart of every Indian

  • Srinivas Avula

    2017at12:47 am Reply

    Dear Ranjit Singh Ji
    We are living in peace because of your supreme sacrifice
    I pray God to give your wife and daughter strength to cope with this extreme tragedy

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