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    Navinder Dullat
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    This fundraiser will benefit

    Families of Handwara martyrs

    from India

This fundraiser will directly benefit the needy families of two martyrs of the Indian Army, who made the supreme sacrifice in the service of the nation, on May 2nd, 2020, in a fierce encounter with foreign terrorists in an obscure village in Handwara, Kashmir.

No 15623000W Naik Rajesh Kumar was enrolled in the Brigade of The Guards on 31 Mar 2010 and had been serving with 21 RR (GUARDS) for last two yrs. During his tenure, Naik Rajesh Kumar participated in various operations which 21 RR (GUARDS) undertook in Rajwar Forest. Always known for his courage and daredevilry, he partook in operations willingly.  He laid down his life fighting with terrorists, in a fierce encounter in an obscure village in Handwara J&K, on 02 May 2020, while following Col Ashutosh Sharma,SM** into battle as his buddy, thereby ingraining his name in the annals of history.


Naik Rajesh Kumar is survived by his mother Smt Badami Devi, father Ram Kumar, two elder brothers who are unemployed and a younger sister.  The family is based at Sardulgarh in Mansa distt, Punjab.  He was the sole bread winner of the family and was looking after the financial requirements of his parents and siblings.

No 15626591N LNk Dinesh Singh was enrolled in the Brigade of The Guards on 05 Jan 2015 and had been serving with 21 RR (GUARDS) for last two yrs.  During his tenure, LNk Dinesh Singh participated in various operations which 21 RR (GUARDS) undertook in Rajwar Forest.  He was a cheerful and jovial individual who had the raw courage of a Highlander. Though very young (25 yrs old) he displayed keen tactical skills because of which he was chosen to operate in CO’s team. He laid down his life in the finest traditions of Army while fighting with terrorists in a fierce encounter with foreign terrorists in Handwara J&K, on 02 May 2020 thereby ingraining his name in the annals of history.

LNk Dinesh Singh is survived by his mother Smt Tulsi Devi, father Godhan Singh and a younger sister. His parents are humble farm tillers based at Almora, Uttrakhand. The mother and father are illiterate, while the sister can read and write.  He was the sole bread winner for his family with responsibilities of a younger unmarried sister.
All funds shall be routed directly to Smt Badami Devi and Smt Tulsi Devi, the mothers of the two martyrs.


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