The Martyrs

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Author:Laxman Burdak, IFS (R)

Here is the partial List of Jat Martyrs in various operations. You may expand it. Title may be added not in the beginning of name but in the last for better shorting. Click the link of name to see details

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  • Abdul Hafiz VC (4 September 1925 – 6 April 1944) was an Indian Muslim recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces. He was from Kalanaur, district Rohtak Haryana, India. He became martyr during World War II on 6 April 1944 north of Imphal, India.


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  • Lt. Amit Beniwal - Sacrificed his life on 17 November 2008, while saving the life of his soldiers who were buried under avalanche near LOC at Gurez Sector).
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  • Banta Singh (Shaheed) - The famous revolutionary Shaheed Banta Singh was also of Dahima Gotra.
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  • Bhagat Singh Sandhu (September 28, 1907 - March 23, 1931) : From Khatkar Kalan village near Banga in the present Nawanshahr district in Punjab. Bhagat Singh was hanged by British with two other revolutionaries - Sukhdev and Rajguru on March 23, 1931 for their involvement in what came to be known as the Lahore Conspiracy Case.
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  • Chaman Singh Tewatia (Naik) was born in village Udaipur in Ghaziabad district in Uttar Pradesh. After reorganisation of districts in UP, this village now falls under Hapur tahsil and district. Naik Chaman Singh became martyr in Kargil War on 12 June 1999. He was in Unit- 2 Rajputana Rifles, who were given the task of capturing Tololing Hill.
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  • Chhelu Ram - Company Havildar-Major Chhelu Ram (छेलूराम) (Garhwal) (10 May 1905 – 20 April 1943) was a Jat hero, recipient of prestigious Victoria Cross gallantry award, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces. He was 37 years old, and a Company Havildar-Major in the 4/6th Rajputana Rifles, in the Indian Army during World War II when he sacrificed his life in a fierce battle in Tunicia.


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  • Gurcharan Singh Bhatia (Captain) (13.04.1935 - 20.10.1962) became martyr on 20.10.1962 during Indo-China War-1962. Unit: 2 Rajput Regiment.

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  • Hans Raj Jat (L Nk) - From....?, Rajasthan, 4562098, The Mahar Regiment, Martyr Op Rakshak (J&K) 05-11-2000
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  • Hari Singh Kajla (Hawaldar) became martyr on 7 June 1984 during operation Blue Star in Swarn Mandir of Amritsar. He was from village Jerthi in Dhod tahsil of Sikar district in Rajasthan. He was a commando in Border Security Force of India.
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  • Harnand Rai (Subedar) - From ....?, Rajasthan, The Grenadiers Regiment, Op Rakshak (J&K) Martyr 20-01-1995
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  • HS Chahal (Maj) - From....?, Rajasthan, Martyr of Op Cactus Lily Martyr 1971, The Grenadiers Regiment.
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  • Jai Singh Jat (Sub) - From ....?, Rajasthan, Martyr of Op Rakshak(J&K) , JC-199120 , Regiment of Artillery
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  • Jay Devi- a brave woman from Baraut, Uttar Pradesh, who fought with Britishers for the freedom of country. She became martyr during 1857 freedom movement.
  • Jeevan Godara (born:12 March 1966 - death:27 June 2006) : From Ajawa near Bhamasi in tahsil Didwana of Nagaur district in Rajasthan, was a promising Jat, murdered by the rival group.
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  • Kedar Singh - Martyr on 9 May 2006 in J & K in encounter with terrorists.
  • Khuma Ram Kaswan - Rajasthan Police Commando who became Martyr fighting with gangsters on 21.3.2016.
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  • M.P. Godara (53), from Baghsara village in Churu district of Rajasthan, was a sub inspector in Central Industrial Security Force (CISF). He died while evacuating people from Antyodaya Bhawan in New Delhi where a massive fire broke out on Wednesday 6.3.2019.
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  • Madan Ram Dhaka (Sub) - From ....?, Martyr of Indo-China War on 20-11-1962, JC-57934, The Madras Regiment
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  • Manoj Barala from village Rampura (Bamlas), Udaipurwati, Jhunjhunu was in Jat Regiment of the Indian Army. He was severely injured in a blast while handling explosives in Mhow, Madhya Pradesh on April 4,2019. He died on 10.4.2019 in Military Hospital Delhi.
  • Matu Ram Nehra (Naik) - Army Number 2984762, The Rajput Regiment, Op Rakshak (J&K) Martyr 10-12-1998,
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  • Moda Ram Khatkar (Grenadier) (1942 - 10.09.1965) is martyr of Indo-Pak War-1965. He became martyr on 10.09.1965 fighting with Pakistan Army at Chak Kripal in Jodiyan Sector. He was from village Tilanesh, tahsil Degana, district Nagaur, Rajasthan.
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  • Munsi Ram - Naik Munsi Ram (3132623) 5th Jat Regiment, From Bhadana Sonipat became martyr on 22 .10.1962 in Ladakh when Chinese invaders attacked his forward section post. He was awarded with Veer Chakra for his bravery.

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  • Naib Singh Gill (Naik) (22.12.1939 - 03.12.1971), Vira Chakra (Posthumous), became martyr on 03.12.1971 in Operation Cactus Lily during Indo-Pak War-1971 in western sector. Unit: 6 Sikh Regiment. He was from village Mallewala in tahsil and district Faridkot of Punjab.
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  • Nand Singh (Naik) VC & MVC (24 September 1914 – 12 December 1947) was an Indian recipient of the Victoria Cross,[6] the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces. He became martyr on 12 December 1947 ahen Nand Singh led his platoon of D Coy in a desperate but successful attack to extricate his battalion from an ambush in the hills SE of Uri in Kashmir.
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  • Narender Pal Singh Ahlawat (Captain) (06 July, 1939 - 15 August, 1964) was an officer of the Indian Army who was the first martyr of the 5 Kumaon Regiment. He sacrificed his life on the Indo-China border on 15 August, 1964. He played a significant role in the re-raising of the 5th Battalion of the Kumaon Regiment from 1962-64. He was from village Dighal, Jhajjar, Haryana.
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  • Nathu Ram Karwasra (Sub) - From ....?, Rajasthan, Martyr of Op Rakshak (J&K) 09-11-1999, JC-208086 , Rashtriya Rifles
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  • Navpal Singh Sidhu (Capt ) - From ....?, Rajasthan, Rashtriya Rifles, Op Parakram Martyr 30-12-2002.
  • Nemi Chand (Rfn) - Vir Chakra, From.....?, Rajasthan, 2884459, The Rajputhana Rifles, Martyr OP Pawan 26-08-1989
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  • Pankaj Nauhwar (born:?-death:27.2.2019) became martyr in a plane crash in Badgam on 27.2.2019 during a special operation. He was from Jareliya village in Raya block of Mathura district in Uttar Pradesh. He was from He was posted at Shrinagar as Airman in Indian Air Force. Six Personnel of Indian Air force lost their lives in a helicopter crash in Badgam district of J&K on 27 February 2019 during a search operation against militants. Pankaj Nauhwar was one of them.


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  • Ram Kishan Grewal (Death: 2 November 2016) - Retd. Subedar, He was part of movement for One Rank One Pension (OROP) scheme. He sacrificed his life for the welfare of Retired soldiers.
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  • Randhir Singh Kalher, Vir Chakra , (b. 15 July 1955, d. 3 June 1999) of Balkara village near Charkhi Dadri, Bhiwani district in Haryana, won the Vir Chakra award in Kargil war. His father's name is Sh Sri Chand. A middle school is named Martyr Subedar Randhir Singh middle school Balkara. He was in 18 Grenadier Regiment. He was born in a Hindu Jat family of Kalher gotra.
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  • Sunil Khokhar - Captain Sunil Khokhar (5.5.1966-7.5.1994) (Vir Chakra) was a second generation soldier. He became martyr on May 7, 1994 in ‘Operation Meghdoot’ at Siachen Glacier. He is from Kansala, Rohtak, Haryana. His father Satish Kumar Khokhar served in the Army for 28 years and retired as Honorary Captain.
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  • Surinder Prasad (Major) (05.11.1939 - 23.09.1965) became martyr on 23.09.1965 during Indo-Pak War 1965. He was from Abohar city in Fazilka district of Punjab, India. Unit: 19 Maratha Light Infantry.
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  • Surja Ram Jat (Nb Sub) - From ....?, Rajasthan, JC-488901, Rashtriya Rifles, Martyr Op Rakshak(J&K)

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  • Vikrant Sahrawat (Sergeant) from Bhadaani village, Jhajjar - got martyrdom during a helicopter crash at the time a search operation against militants in J&K.
  • Vineet Gulia (Major) - From Dariyapur Bahadurgarh|Dariyapur]] village of Jhajjar district, Haryana. He hailed from Rashtriya Rifles and lost life while fighting with insurgents, on 8 November 2020.
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  • Yashpal Singh Narwat - From....?, Martyr in Operation Rakshak on 4 June 2001 in Kupwada.
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External links

  • https://www.facebook.com/honourpoint/ - Honourpoint is an online memorial to honour, appreciate and remember the spirited and valiant sons and daughters of India who had the distinction of serving the country in “military uniform”, and are no longer with us.

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