Army pays Tribute to its Valiant Martyr of Pulwama Terror attack (Watch Video)

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Army today paid befitting tribute to Late Sep Vikram Singh who attained martyrdom during a terrorist attack on 27 May 2018 in Kakapore village of Pulwama. In a solemn ceremony at BB Cantt, Lt Gen AK Bhatt, Chinar Corps Commander and all ranks, paid homage to the martyr on behalf of a proud nation.

In a show of solidarity, representatives from other security agencies also joined in paying their last respects to the martyr.

Late Sep Vikram Singh sustained bullet injury during a cowardly and provocative standoff attack by the terrorists on Kakapore Army Camp in Pulwama district. He was provided immediate first aid and evacuated to 92 Base Hospital, but unfortunately succumbed to his injuries.

The martyr, Sep Vikram Singh, was 25 years old and had joined the Army in 2013. He belonged to Village Ladpur of Chhata Tehsil in Mathura District, Uttar Pradesh and is survived by his wife.

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The mortal remains of the martyr were flown for last rites to his native place, where he would be laid to rest with full military honours. In this hour of grief, the Army stands in solidarity with the bereaved family of the martyr and remains committed to their dignity and well being.

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ARMY PAYS TRIBUTE TO ITS VALIANT MARTYR

Army today paid befitting tribute to Late Sep Vikram Singh who attained martyrdom during a terrorist attack on 27 May 2018 in Kakapore village of Pulwama. In a solemn ceremony at BB Cantt, Lt Gen AK Bhatt, Chinar Corps Commander and all ranks, paid homage to the martyr on behalf of a proud nation. In a show of solidarity, representatives from other security agencies also joined in paying their last respects to the martyr. Late Sep Vikram Singh sustained bullet injury during a cowardly and provocative standoff attack by the terrorists on Kakapore Army Camp in Pulwama district. He was provided immediate first aid and evacuated to 92 Base Hospital, but unfortunately succumbed to his injuries.The martyr, Sep Vikram Singh, was 25 years old and had joined the Army in 2013. He belonged to Village Ladpur of Chhata Tehsil in Mathura District, Uttar Pradesh and is survived by his wife.The mortal remains of the martyr were flown for last rites to his native place, where he would be laid to rest with full military honours. In this hour of grief, the Army stands in solidarity with the bereaved family of the martyr and remains committed to their dignity and well being.

Posted by Jammu culture and heritage on Tuesday, May 29, 2018

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