Place of Birth: Kabiltha(Uttarakhand)

Service: Army

Last Rank : Rifleman

Unit : 14 RR

Date of Martyrdom : June 14, 2018

Rifleman Manvendra Singh

Rifleman Manvendra Singh hailed from Kabiltha village in Rudraprayag district of Uttarakhand. He had joined the Army in the year 2008 and served in various operational areas during his service career of about 10 years. After serving for a couple of years with his parent unit he was later deputed to serve with 14 RR battalion deployed in J & K for counter insurgency operations.
Bandipora Operation : 14 June 2018
During 2018, Rifleman Manvendra Singh’s unit was deployed in Bandipora area of J & K and was engaged in operations against the terrorists on a regular basis. The area under the responsibility of the unit had thick forest and was being used by the terrorists for infiltrating into Indian territory form across the border. On 09 June 2018, the security forces received the information from the intelligence sources about the presence of some militants who had infiltrated from across the LOC. Based on the credible information, a massive cordon and search operation was launched by 14 RR troops and the first contact with the militants was made in the evening that day when the troops were fired at. A gun battle ensued thereafter , but the militants managed to escape making use of the thick vegetation. The operation continued for next five days as the Army troops relentlessly tracked the militants.
During the five days of operation the security forces and militants came in contact and exchanged fire at least six times. But each time, the militants managed to give the forces the slip. The Army troops , however, maintained a tight cordon around the forest to ensure that militants do not escape. On 14 June 2018, in the wee hours, the militants ambushed the patrol party of 14 RR and injured Rifleman Manvendra Singh who was part of the patrol. The incident happened at Panar forest in Bandipora about 60 kms from Srinagar. The militants fled after the ambush, but Army troops chased them and in the gunfight that followed, two militants got killed. Rifleman Manvendra Singh was rushed to the base hospital in Srinagar but he succumbed to his injuries and was martyred.
Rifleman Manvendra Singh is survived by his wife, parents and three brothers.
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  • Randeep Singh

    2018at11:55 am Reply

    jai Hind Sir . You will be remembered and honoured by every Indian.

  • Deepak B

    2018at6:16 pm Reply

    Salute to you Rifleman Manvendra Singh

  • Balram Rangi

    2018at5:06 am Reply

    Salute to you for your great sacrifice that would be remembered forever. You have made everyone of us Indians indebted to you for your supreme sacrifice. Bloody coward Paki pigs terrorist have no life. Rest in peace brother. You will always be the SINGH for your actions. This motherland would miss you forever. No money or resources can fill the blank that we will feel without you.

    Our Govt. need to develop better strategy to counter these terror operations by use of high-technology equipments such as drones, un-manned vehicles, bullet proof jackets, surveillance via our satellites.

  • Vaishali vishwanath Khemka

    2018at3:44 pm Reply

    Thank you is very insignificant to the sacrifice that you have made for us…

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