The Assam Rifles on Tuesday remembered the supreme sacrifice of Captain N Kenguruse, Maha Vir Chakra (Posthumous) on his twenty third loss of life anniversary.
To pay respect to the courageous soul, wreaths had been laid by Neiselie Kenguruse, father of Captain N Kenguruse, Inspector Common Assam Rifles (North) Main Common Vikas Lakhera, Commander of 5 Sector Assam Rifles Brigadier Herjinder Singh.
Marking the occasion, a tree plantation drive and a free medical camp was additionally organized.
A registration drive was additionally undertaken on the camp to encourage native youth for Assam Rifles Technical & Tradesman recruitment.
Twenty-three years have handed for the reason that loss of life of Captain Kenguruse on the fateful evening of June 28, 1999 in Operation Vijay within the assault on space “Black Rock” in Drass Sector in the course of the Kargil struggle, said a launch issued by the Assam Rifles.
Kenguruse had volunteered to undertake a daring commando mission of attacking a well-sighted enemy machine gun place on a cliff face.
Because the Ghatak staff scaled the cliff face, it got here beneath intense mortar and computerized weapon fireplace, which brought on heavy casualties. Kenguruse, too, sustained splinter damage in his stomach and began to bleed profusely, it mentioned.
Regardless, he took off his sneakers to get grip of the rock wall whereas carrying with him a rocket launcher. He charged on the enemy’s place and personally neutralised two Pakistani troopers along with his rifle and one other two along with his commando knife earlier than succumbing to his accidents, it mentioned.
He displayed conspicuous gallantry, indomitable resolve, grit and willpower past the decision of obligation and made the supreme sacrifice within the face of the enemy within the true custom of the Indian Military, the discharge added.
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