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Story of Indian Army| Indian Army


 I think I camped for a ncc in 2018.  The camp should be somewhat larger because a large group of children were present but junior cadets to senior cadets, as you may know, have three certificates of ncc for junior A grades and senior cadets for B and C.  Whether it is; 




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 The PI staff from different regiments for that camp consisted of 1 Lieutenant Colonel rank officer, 1 Major Madam 1 Subedar and the rest of the Junior Commission.  So one day a lecture like this was going on. They taught us the subject of map reading.  At that time, a six-foot-high, dappled, gaudy officer, wearing a hat, walked around in a googly goggle, until the officer came in through the door and began to salute him.  As it turned out, Colonel Saheb was a man of no-nonsense, affectionate, respectful of juniors.  The cadets welcomed them ... "Good Morning sir '.. Sir also smiled and responded and asked to sit. It was Sir who had realized that the children were tired of hearing the same lecture every day,

 He started asking questions about the Army. It took half an hour.  Then Sir came to the kitchen and asked the question: Do you know the operation of the children, then the children started to have different thoughts.  Oh Operation means Hey do you hear the word Operation, whether yes or no, there was a lot of confusion among the children whether the neighbour's were listening to such a talk.  As soon as the heads understood the situation, the heads issued the warning, the children were silent as soon as the words of the heads were heard.
 Sir then started talking about the operation.  If you know about Operation Meghdoot, Operation Vijay, etc., this is not the first time you are in the movies, then operations are done extensively in the army to find a terrorist or an enemy.
 Then Sir started to say all this while introducing himself, Sir, his father in the hill country, his father retired from the rank of Major in the army regiment in the army.  His father was involved in the Indo-Pak war.  He was permanently incomplete when the bomb was dropped on his hand while throwing bombs in battle.  Sir passed the Indian Army's UPSC exam in 1998.  After 2 years of hard work Permanent Commission was given to the Grenadier Battalion of the Indian Army.  He served in Kolkata, Mumbai, Goa for two years.  Later, the army promoted them to Rajouri in JK.  As we know, Poonch, Dragus, Kargil, Nowshera, Rajouri are the areas where most of the terrorists are bombarded, stone-throwing and firing on army. Everywhere, Indian troops serve there with pride.  Anyway
 On coming to Rajouri area, Sir was saying that Sir was relaxed one day and the posting area was shown the next day.  That part was terrible.  There were forests, rivers, valleys, etc.  Sir studied for another 2 3 days.  Their father told them what happened.  Sir, one afternoon, he was suffocating in his tent, enjoying a cup of tea.  Then they got their wireless mining out of the headquarters.  It was Colonel's message.  They recently received information from the IB that a terrorist organization in Rajouri area was planning to bomb the District Collector's office.  And they were warned to be on the alert, and they were ordered to search for them and send them to Yamsdani.  When Sir asked the Gurkhas along with his team that evening, they learned that there was a group of about 10 people.  It was reported that they had operated for four days without getting any sleep, the militants were hiding in a very remote area.  They have a large range of ammunition, RDX as well as a rocket launcher.  There was literature.  It was night just to find them.  In the morning the company had started harvesting a wheat field.  And there was a noise from the town.  Their company realized that the terrorists were hiding here.  The militants were also keeping an eye on the army, and as soon as the terrorists were approaching, they opened fire on the army.  At that time the army retaliated against them by supporting a stone.  There were 8-9 people in the company, but the army was not large enough.  For a long time this encounter was going on.  After two to three hours of tireless efforts, the army laid down two terrorists.  And by continuing to clash with one, the rest fled. But at that point, the army found that it was not a group of 10 but 30.  He was also attacked by the army, but at that time there was a different situation because the terrorists had planted the RDX without even knowing it.  Turning on RDX, they escaped.  He was deactivated and thrown deep by an army soldier.  Its range was about 500M which means that the farmer's farm as well as his house would have been burned down.  Anyway;
 The army had a tent in the afternoon, and with the signal that they believed that the terrorists were hiding in the apple orchards of the same village, they had eaten by the army and were hit by a rocket launcher in the mountains.  Seriously wounded.  Still, as the army was ordered to perform an operation in 3 days, the remaining 10 fled, hiding in the second mountain, but fortunately, all the soldiers were soldiers from the hills, and they started firing at around 12pm.  Almost everyone was killed in this.  Sir thanked God.  It was still five o'clock in the morning when the operation was OK.  Then, in the morning, when the teeth were brushing their teeth, Sir was filling the jar.  And, in the front, a black-robed gunman was approaching the gun in front of him.  Sir, some suggestions too!  The headman's revolver was shot down until he could see the head, what if the terrorist died in front of him.  So he hit Buddy and thanked Buddy for saying thank you.  And that is how Sir's operation was done.  The operation ended in such a way that he was given an army medal by President Kalam at the hands of President Kalam.
 Hearing these words, the cadets greeted their heads with loud applause and the children were proud that they were camping under the guidance of a brave officer.  Indian Army jawans to honor officers
  Jai Hind.


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Writer-shubham Gauddab
 

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