Five Indian Army soldiers die in a tragic accident in Ladakh

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Published June 29, 2024 at 2:28pm

    Tragedy unfolded on the night of June 28, 2024

    Their T-72 tank became trapped in the Shyok River

    Tragically, all five soldiers were confirmed dead

In a heart-wrenching incident, five Indian Army soldiers, including a Junior Commissioned Officer, lost their lives during a tank exercise in Ladakh. The tragedy unfolded on the night of June 28, 2024, when their T-72 tank became trapped in the Shyok River near Saser Brangsa due to a sudden surge in water levels.

Also read: Congress spokes Bhavya Narasimhamurthy now a part of Indian Army as a Commissioned Army Officer at Territorial Army

Despite immediate rescue efforts, the intense current and elevated water levels thwarted the attempts to save the tank crew. The accident occurred during the deinduction phase of a military training activity. Tragically, all five soldiers were confirmed deceased, and their bodies have since been recovered.

The nation is in mourning, as leaders and citizens alike extend their heartfelt condolences and honour the fallen soldiers for their bravery and service. This incident underscores the risks and sacrifices made by military personnel, highlighting the perilous conditions they face while safeguarding the country. The loss of these courageous soldiers is a stark reminder of the dangers inherent in military operations, even during training exercises.

India stands united in grief, saluting the valor and dedication of the soldiers who paid the ultimate price in the line of duty.

Five Indian Army soldiers die in a tragic accident in Ladakh

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    Tragedy unfolded on the night of June 28, 2024

    Their T-72 tank became trapped in the Shyok River

    Tragically, all five soldiers were confirmed dead

In a heart-wrenching incident, five Indian Army soldiers, including a Junior Commissioned Officer, lost their lives during a tank exercise in Ladakh. The tragedy unfolded on the night of June 28, 2024, when their T-72 tank became trapped in the Shyok River near Saser Brangsa due to a sudden surge in water levels.

Also read: Congress spokes Bhavya Narasimhamurthy now a part of Indian Army as a Commissioned Army Officer at Territorial Army

Despite immediate rescue efforts, the intense current and elevated water levels thwarted the attempts to save the tank crew. The accident occurred during the deinduction phase of a military training activity. Tragically, all five soldiers were confirmed deceased, and their bodies have since been recovered.

The nation is in mourning, as leaders and citizens alike extend their heartfelt condolences and honour the fallen soldiers for their bravery and service. This incident underscores the risks and sacrifices made by military personnel, highlighting the perilous conditions they face while safeguarding the country. The loss of these courageous soldiers is a stark reminder of the dangers inherent in military operations, even during training exercises.

India stands united in grief, saluting the valor and dedication of the soldiers who paid the ultimate price in the line of duty.

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