HomeIndia NewsLance Naik Chandrashekhar Harbola cremated with full military honors, daughters lit fire

Lance Naik Chandrashekhar Harbola cremated with full military honors, daughters lit fire

Lance Naik Chandrashekhar Harbola: Lance Naik Chandrashekhar Harbola, who was a victim of an avalanche 38 years ago during patrolling in Siachen Glacier, was cremated with full state honors on Wednesday, 17 August. The body of Lance Naik Chandrashekhar Harbola, found in an old bunker 38 years after he went missing in the Siachen Glacier, was brought to his residence in Haldwani, Uttarakhand.

A large number of people gathered to see the body of Lance Naik Chandrashekhar Harbola. Meanwhile, many leaders including Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami paid tribute to him. Cabinet ministers Ganesh Joshi, Rekha Arya, Leader of the Opposition in the state assembly Yashpal Arya besides several army officers paid tribute to Chandrashekhar Harbola.

daughters lit fire

The body of Chandrashekhar Harbola was taken from his house to Chitrashila Ghat in Ranibagh. During this, the crowd of people raised patriotic slogans and paid tribute to them on their behalf. Both the daughters of Chandrashekhar Harbola lit him. During this, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami said that the sacrifice of Lance Naik Chandrashekhar Harbola will always be remembered and every effort will be made to help his family in every possible way.

Harbola was part of ‘Operation Meghdoot’

Let us inform that Lance Naik Chandrashekhar Harbola was made part of a 20-member contingent in ‘Operation Meghdoot’ in 1984. Those who were sent to the highest battlefield in the world to fight Pakistan. At the same time, after the avalanche in Siachen Glacier, only the bodies of 15 soldiers could be recovered. Out of which five bodies were not found and Chandrashekhar Harbola was one of them.

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