Wreath Laying Ceremony Held For 4 Assam Regiment Jawans Killed in Himachal

Wreath Laying Ceremony Held For 4 Assam Regiment Jawans Killed in Himachal

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Guwahati, July 16, 2019:

The wreath-laying ceremony of the mortal remains of Junior Commission Officers (JCOs) of 4 Assam Regiment was held today in Guwahati city of Assam. The jawans had died due to the collapse of building at Solan in Himachal Pradesh reaches Guwahati.

A total of 13 JCOs died in the incident, of which nine are from the North Eastern States.

A special Air Force Aircraft brought the nine bodies from Chandigarh Air Base. The Aircraft delivered the mortal remains of two individuals at Imphal, four at Silchar and three at Guwahati.

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The names of the soldiers are: Sub Maj Prodip Chandra Bhuyan( Nagoan, Assam), Sub Bisharsing Basumatary ( Dhubri, Assam), Sub Henkhomang Gangte ( Happy Valley, Shillong), Sub Ajit Kumar Singha ( Hailakandi, Assam), N/Sub M Rajkishore Singha ( Hailakandi, Assam), Sub Sujit Sharma ( Karimganj, Assam), Sub Kumar Chorei ( Karimganj, Assam), Sub K Lalson Vaiphei ( Churachandpur, Manipur), N/Sub M Nobin Chandra Singh ( Thoubal, Manipur), Sub Balwinder Singh ( Jind, Haryana), Sub Yogesh Kumar (Ghaziabad, UP), N/Sub Vinod Kumar ( Rewari, Haryana), Sub Rajen Bahadur . The mortal remains of Sub Maj Prodip Chandra Bhuyan, Sub Bisharsing Basumatary and Sub Henkhomang Gangte arrived at Air Force Station Guwahati.

Wreath Laying ceremony was organized where the wreath was laid by Air Commodore T Mare, AOC, Air Force Station Guwahati, Brig RK Gaikwad, Commandant Assam Regt Centre, Shillong, and other senior officers.

Thereafter, the bodies of the martyrs were sent to their respective places with an escort.

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Edited By: Admin
Published On: Jul 17, 2019