Anantnag Encounter: India has lost three of its officer rank security personnel in the encounter in Anantnag, Jammu and Kashmir. All three brave sons sacrificed themselves for the country. After the martyrdom of the heroes, their bravery is being discussed across the country. Let us tell you that the three martyred security personnel include Colonel Manpreet Singh, Major Ashish and DSP Humayun Bhatt of Jammu and Kashmir Police. Today we are going to tell you the biographies of these brave sons, how they held such a high position in their life and achieved heroic status.
Colonel Manpreet Singh
Colonel Manpreet Singh was posted in Anantnag for the last four years. He was serving in 19RR CO Sikh Regiment. The Colonel’s father was also in the army, he died of illness in 2014. He was the eldest among three siblings, he was married in the year 2016, his entire family lives in Mohali. His wife Jagmeet Grewal is a teacher, her posting is in the government school of Morni. They have a 6 year old son, his name is Kabir Singh. At the same time, he has a two and a half year old daughter, Vani. Manpreet Singh passed the CDS examination in 2003 and became Lieutenant in 2005. In 2021, Colonel Manpreet Singh was awarded the Gallantry Army Medal.
DSP Humayun Bhatt
Humayun Bhatt’s father Ghulam Hasan Bhatt is a retired Inspector General of Jammu and Kashmir Police. Martyr DSP Humayun Bhatt is survived by his wife and 29-day-old son. In such a situation, at the age of just 29 days, the shadow of the father has gone from the head of their child. DSP Humayun Bhatt’s family is a resident of Tral in Pulwama district of South Kashmir. His family has been living here for a long time. Martyr DSP Humayun Bhatt was married a year ago. He was an officer of 2019 batch. Humayun’s father Ghulam Hasan Bhatt had been DIG.
Major Ashish Dhaunchak
Major Ashish Dhaunchak is a resident of Panipat. He used to live in a rented house. Since childhood, he used to play the game of thief and police with his friends. In this game he always played the role of police. He passed the SSB exam in the first attempt in 2013 and became a Lieutenant. Ashish has served in Bathinda, Meerut and Jammu and Kashmir. He was transferred to Jammu and Kashmir just two years ago. He received his education in village and city schools. He also has a daughter. The last time he came home during vacation, he was enrolled in a big school in the city. Let us tell you that Ashish was a good badminton player during his school days.
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