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Ladakh tank accident: Indian Army tank fell into the river, 5 soldiers martyred

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Ladakh tank accident: Indian Army tank fell into the river, 5 soldiers martyred

A tragic incident has happened in the Daulat Beg Oldi area of ​​Ladakh. The war started on Friday. When the tanks were crossing the river, the water level suddenly rose. The soldiers present in the tank got trapped in it. 5 soldiers of the Indian Army have been martyred in this accident. Daulat Beg Oldi is a high altitude war zone. Currently, the armies of India and China are face to face in this area.

On Friday, tank practice was going on in Daulat Beg Old

i area. There are many army tanks here. A study was going on how tanks were taken across the river. A tank was trying to cross the river when suddenly the current of the river increased. One tank was swept away in it. There were 4 to 5 soldiers in this tank. At present, rescue operation is going on.

The army personnel were crossing the river in the t -72 tank near daulat begh oldi area near the line of actual control (lac). A young man from the pauri district of uttarakhand was one of the sacrificed jawans in the rise in the water – table. After receiving the news of their sacrifices, they were filled with mourning in the ancestral village.

Bhupendra singh negi’s wife lives in dehradun to teach children His mother has passed away in the past. His father also lives with him in dehradun. The kin of sacrifice jawan bhupendra singh negi will arrive today in the ancestral village bishld. There bhupendra

Chief minister pushkar singh dhami also expressed his condolences over the sacrifice of the tank accident in ladakh.
It is a sad news that the Indian army soldiers will be martyred with the sudden rise in the water – level during crossing the river – of -72 tanks in ladakh. May god grant to the soul of all departed persons the place at sri feet and to the mourningly loved one the strength to bear the same misery.

Pratik Mehta

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I am Pratik Mehta, a passionate business news writer dedicated to covering economic trends, market analysis, and corporate developments.

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