Service No: IC-6366

Service: Army

Last Rank : Major

Unit : 4 Inf Div Sig Regt

Arm/Regt: Corps of Signals

Date of Martyrdom : 20 Oct 1962

Major Ram Singh

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2 Tributes
  • Pinny Mann - Ambala,Haryana

    2019 at 8:39 am Reply

    Brilliant Galant soldier! Gave his life for India. We your children miss you each day and hold our head so proudly . The sacrifice you made will always be remembered.

  • Parminder Sidhu

    2019 at 9:49 pm Reply

    I, his youngest child, don’t really remember him as a father, as I was all of 2 years old, but I do know that fate keeps connecting me to him. I got married to a Para officer, who lived in the same room as my parents had lived while posted to Agra.
    My mother, while she lived, always assumed our father would return home some day as his body was not found…he was “missing” presumed killed in action. The irony of life is that my mother passed away in an accident in 1996 and the same year, soon after her death, I met the officer who had buried my father and the pilot of the helicopter that was shot down by the Chinese. He buried them so that the Chinese couldn’t get their bodies. He gave me full details of what happened on that dreadful day of 20th October 1962. Alas, my mother was not there to hear this truth.
    My Para trooper husband, very kindly, organised a commemoration ceremony for my “Brave heart” father after 50 years of the war. This was attended by my Sister, my brother and all the grand kids of Late Maj Ram Singh. We are proud to have his valiant blood running through our bodies.
    Jai Hind.

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