Service No : 4284574K

Birth Place: Khunti , Jharkhand

Service: Army

Last Rank: Sepoy

Unit: 6 Bihar

Arm/Regt : The Bihar Regiment,

Operation : CI & IS Ops

Date of Martyrdom : Sep 18, 2016

Sepoy Javra Munda

Sepoy Javara Munda was 35 years old and belonged to Village Meral, Dist Khuti, Jharkhand. He belonged to 6 Bihar Regiment and was among the 19 brave hearts who laid down their lives in the line of duty in September 2016 when Pakistani terrorists struck the Army’s Administrative base in Uri sector of J & K.


Sepoy Munda was posted in Kashmir for the last 3 years and was expecting a transfer. The villagers have planned to set up a memorial at the spot where he is buried. Daud Munda (Javra’s brother) has also planned to join the army post after completion of his studies. Salmi Dhanwar, Javra’s mother, had told villagers, “It is sad I have lost my son but I am also proud he gave his life for the country.”


Uri attack: Sep 2016


He was one of the 19 soldiers who was martyred in Uri Attack in Sep 2016.  At around 5:30 a.m. on 18 September, four militants attacked an Indian Army brigade headquarters in Uri, near the Line of Control in a pre-dawn ambush. They lobbed 17 grenades in three minutes followed by indiscriminate firing by automatic weapons. As a rear administrative base camp, the HQs had fuel storage facility, which caught fire along with tents with soldiers sleeping in them. As a result of this dastardly attack, 17 army personnel were martyred. A gun battle ensued that lasted for six hours, during which all the four militants were killed. An additional 19-30 soldiers were also reported to have been injured in the attack. Most of the soldiers martyred were from the 10 Dogra and 6 Bihar regiments. One of the injured soldiers succumbed to his injuries on 19 September at R&R Hospital in New Delhi, followed by another soldier on 24 September, bringing the death toll to 19.


The nation will remain grateful to this brave soldier for his courage and supreme sacrifice. Sepoy Javra Munda,is  survived by his  mother, wife & 3 young daughters

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  • Divya Nair

    2017at4:07 pm Reply

    Your story is truly inspirational. My salute to you and your family.

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