If a day passes after the death of a person, there will be a bad smell at the dead body. That is why many people put the dead body in the freezer. But.. the dead bodies of two soldiers who lost their lives in the line of duty for the defense of the country
JAMMU KASHMIR: If a day passes after the death of a person, the dead body smells bad. That is why many people put the dead body in the freezer. But.. the dead bodies of two jawans who lost their lives on duty for the defense of the country were found after 38 years. However, it is surprising that the dead bodies are intact and the marks can be identified. However, medical experts say that due to being in the icebergs, the dead bodies have not decomposed. What actually happened is that Indian soldiers perform their duties in the high icebergs for the defense of the country. It is impossible for them to escape from the adverse situations that they face at times. Siachen is one of the most hostile regions. Many jawans were not found in the previous snow storm in Siachen. After 38 years of the incident, the dead bodies of two jawans were recently found. Army officials confirmed that one of them was Chandrasekhar Harbola from Uttarakhand. Officials are working to identify another person.
During the war with Pakistan in 1984, the Indian Army undertook Operation Megh Doot. As part of this, a group of 20 soldiers from 19 Kumaon Regiment reached Siachen, which is known as the most dangerous war center in the world. All the people there were washed away due to a sudden snow storm while they were performing their duties there. The bodies of 15 of them were found, while the whereabouts of five were not known. Recently, two dead bodies were found in an old bunker in the Siachen glaciers. Chandrasekhar Harbola, a native of Talahat area in Almora, Uttarakhand, joined the army in 1975. When his wife Shantidevi was informed about the discovery of Chandrasekhar Harbola’s dead body, she was 28 years old when she had an accident. Chandrasekhar Harbola told his wife Shanti Devi that she has been waiting for the arrival of her husband for 38 years. Shantidevi says that facing obstacles and challenges in life, she brought up her children with courage as a soldier’s wife.
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