Anantnag Encounter: Mother of Colonel Manpreet Singh, who was martyred in Anantnag, said, ‘…had a lot of passion, had to serve the country’

Colonel Manpreet Singh Killed In Encounter: The passion and bravery that was within Colonel Manpreet Singh, who was martyred in an encounter with terrorists in Anantnag, Jammu and Kashmir, would make any Indian proud. Can widen from. The family of this son who sacrificed his life for Mother India is also proud of his martyrdom. On the martyrdom of her son, Manpreet Singh’s mother Manjeet Kaur says that her son was very brave.

Speaking to ABP News in Mullanpur, Mohali, Manjeet Kaur said, “Manpreet was martyred for the country. He had the passion to serve the country. He had served the country less and still had to serve more. He said that Manpreet had come on leave for 10 days in January this year and was going to come again in a few days. He was very honest and never lied.

Proud of Manpreet’s martyrdom
On the other hand, on Manpreet’s martyrdom, his brother Sandeep said that he is proud of his brother’s martyrdom and salutes his courage. However, the loss suffered by the family due to his departure cannot be compensated. He told that next month was Manpreet’s daughter’s birthday.

He told that he had first received the news of his brother’s martyrdom from social media, but it was not confirmed and then after some time this news was flashed in the media. He told that many people in his family have been in the army.

Two army officers and a Deputy Superintendent of Police martyred 
Let us tell you that on Wednesday (September 13), two army officers and a Deputy Superintendent of Police were killed in an encounter with terrorists in Kokernag of Anantnag district. Martyred.

Information was received about the presence of terrorists
Officials said that they had received information about the terrorists hiding on Wednesday. After this the security personnel started searching for the terrorists. During this, an encounter started there and the army colonel also led his team and attacked the terrorists. Major Ashish Dhonak, Colonel Manpreet Singh and Humayun Bhat were martyred in the encounter.

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