By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Jun 18, 2020 11:35 IST
Martyrs' last rites performed, huge crowd gathered in Maner, Suryapet & Patiala

New Delhi: The last rites of martyrs who lost their lives in violent face-off with China are being paid at their native hometowns. On Thursday the last rites of Havaldar Sunil Kumar, who lost his life in the violent face-off with China in Galwan Valley in Ladakh, being performed in Maner, Bihar. A huge crowd gathered at hometowns of martyred Indian Army Soldiers including Commanding Officer Colonal Santosh Babu in Suryapet, Havaldar Sunil Kumar in Maner and Naib Subedar Mandeep Singh in Patiala.

Earlier the Indian Army brought the mortals of martyrs at their residence. At residence of Havaldar Sunil Kumar who lost his life in the violent face-off with China in Galwan Valley a huge crowd gathered to pay last rites, at his paternal home in Maner, Bihar. Mortal was taken for last rites in Bihar on Thursday, according to Army sources.

Maner: People in large numbers attend the last rites of Havaldar Sunil Kumar who lost his life in the violent face-off with China in Ladakh.

Guard of honour being given to Colonel Santosh Babu, Commanding Officer of the 16 Bihar regiment, who lost his life in action during the Galwan Valley clash.

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Suryapet, Mortal remains of Colonel Santosh Babu, the Commanding Officer of the 16 Bihar regiment, who lost his life in the violent face-off with China in in Galwan Valley in Ladakh, being taken for last rites in Telangana. Earlier in Suryapet last respects was being paid to Colonel Santosh Babu, CO of the 16 Bihar regiment, who lost his life in Galwan Valley clash.

Patiala Punjab: Family and friends of Naib Subedar Mandeep Singh on the martyrdom said, "Singh was a brave soldier who lost his life in action in Galwan Valley; this loss never can be compensated. We are proud of him", said a close to Naib Subedar.

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