Service No : 4481599

Date of Birth : Jan 1, 1983

Birth Place : Hajipur ,Punjab

Service: Army

Last Rank: Naik

Unit : 8 Sikh LI

Regiment : The Sikh Light Infantry

Date of Martyrdom : June 16, 2017

Naik Bakhtawar singh

Naik Bakhtawar Singh (35) who hails from Hajipur in Punjab. He belongs to the family of military veterans of Pritam Singh, who had fought in the 1971 war. Naik Bakhtawar Singh was inspired by his father to join the army. His elder brother was also retired from the Indian army. Naik Bakhtawar Singh was commissioned to the Sikh Light Infantry and more than eleven years he had been served for the nation. He loved his job to the core and he was very brave and sincere soldier.


Naik Bakhtawar Singh was married to Jasbir Kaur and they had two sons and one daughter.


Nowshera Sector : 16 June 2017


On the early morning of Friday, on 16th June 2017, around 5.15 am, there was an unprovoked firing sound was heard in Nowshera area. Immediately army troops were rushed out to the place and then they realized that the Pakistani troops had attacked their place. However, Indian Army retained strongly and effectively to the Pakistan’s unprovoked firing. During this action,Naik Bakhtawar Singh was grievously injured by the gun fire and he was evacuated to the Military Hospital. Later, he succumbed to injuries and made supreme sacrifice for his mother land.


Naik Bakhtawar Singh is survived by his father Pritam Singh , mother Sheela Kaur, wife Jasbir Kaur and his three children.

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  • Shobhan Sahdev

    2019at8:18 am Reply

    Salute to your supreme sacrifice, Sir.

  • Naresh Sodhi

    2020at7:39 pm Reply

    Great Sikh Warrior
    Sacrificed himself for the nation

    Naresh Sodhi

    • Naresh sodhi

      2020at8:51 pm

      Naresh sodhi

  • Yengeshwar Patel

    2021at10:44 am Reply

    Salute to your supreme sacrifice, Sir

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